Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgement to Calculation by Joseph Weizenbaum
Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgement to Calculation Joseph Weizenbaum ebook
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Joseph Weizenbaum (1976), Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment to Calculation, Freeman. Oxford University Press, Cambridge 1996, pp 698–726. 1976: A book named 'Computer Power and Human Reason' was published by Joseph Wiezenbaum, which is still considered as the classic of computer ethics. He published a book in 1976, Computer Power and Human Reason. It is also seductively simple to describe: limit communication methods to a teletype terminal and quiz the computer and/or human-being at the other end to form a judgment about their identity. (1949): The Science of Culture: A Study of Man and Civilization. A computer that spits out a convincingly human set of output is 'intelligent'. In: Ewald WB (ed) From Kant to Hilbert: a source book in the foundations of mathematics, vol 2. Weizenbaum, Joseph (1976): Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgement to Calculation. Weizenbaum J (1976) Computer power and human reason: from judgment to calculation. By mid 70s, new computer crime laws and privacy had been enacted in America and Europe. (1976), “Computer Power and Human Reason: from Judgement to Calculation”, San Francisco: W.
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