REINVENTING MAN, The Robot Becomes Reality,

By: Igor Aleksander and

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REINVENTING MAN, The Robot Becomes Reality, by Igor Aleksander and Piers Burnett
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Kogan Page, publishers, London - first UK edition ISBN:0850387418, 1983. hardcover, 6½" x 9½", with dust jacket. Previous owner's name (small) to endpaper. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. This book considers the possibilities of breaking away from the kind of preprogrammed intelligence upon which computers rely, and of devising machine which are a model of the logical structure of the brain - machines which may abandon the qualities of determinism and predictability which we have come to think of as mechanical. It discusses the many different ideas and disciplines involved in the science of roboitics. Taken together, they offer a very real hope of providing a better understanding of how and why we humans work the way we do.

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