--- abstract: 'Speaking is conceiving, not translating what has already been represented inside the brain in a hidden way' altloc: [] chapter: ~ commentary: ~ commref: ~ confdates: April conference: Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association confloc: Boston contact_email: ~ creators_id: [] creators_name: - family: Clancey given: William J. honourific: '' lineage: '' date: 1991 date_type: published datestamp: 1998-06-12 department: ~ dir: disk0/00/00/04/55 edit_lock_since: ~ edit_lock_until: ~ edit_lock_user: ~ editors_id: [] editors_name: - family: Flach given: P.A. honourific: '' lineage: '' - family: Meersman given: R.A. honourific: '' lineage: '' eprint_status: archive eprintid: 455 fileinfo: /style/images/fileicons/text_html.png;/455/1/115.htm full_text_status: public importid: ~ institution: ~ isbn: ~ ispublished: pub issn: ~ item_issues_comment: [] item_issues_count: 0 item_issues_description: [] item_issues_id: [] item_issues_reported_by: [] item_issues_resolved_by: [] item_issues_status: [] item_issues_timestamp: [] item_issues_type: [] keywords: 'machine learning, human learning, memory, representations' lastmod: 2011-03-11 08:53:58 latitude: ~ longitude: ~ metadata_visibility: show note: ~ number: ~ pagerange: 53-62 pubdom: FALSE publication: ~ publisher: Amsterdam refereed: FALSE referencetext: ~ relation_type: [] relation_uri: [] reportno: ~ rev_number: 8 series: ~ source: ~ status_changed: 2007-09-12 16:28:13 subjects: - behav-neuro-sci - cog-psy - comp-sci-mach-learn - phil-epist succeeds: ~ suggestions: ~ sword_depositor: ~ sword_slug: ~ thesistype: ~ title: Why todayís computers donít learn the way people do type: confpaper userid: 26 volume: ~