CM302     2000/2001 SKYREADINGS

(Skywriting: (1) instructions  (2) assignments (3) archive and (4) lecture notes)

Introduction to Menabrea/Lovelace (1842/1843) by Christopher D. Green

Menabrea, Luigi F. (1842/1843). Sketch of the analytical engine invented by Charles Babbage, Esq. (A.A. Lovelace, Trans.). Scientific Memoirs, 3, 666-731. (Original work published 1842 in
Bibliothèque Universelle de Genève, No. 82)

Lovelace, Ada. (1843). Notes by the translator [to L.F. Menabrea's "Sketch of the analytical engine invented by Charles Babbage, Esq."]. Scientific Memoirs, 3, 666-731.

Turing, A. M. (1950) Computing Machinery and Intelligence. Mind 49:433-460.

Lucas, J.R. (1961) Minds, Machines and Goedel. Philosophy 36:112-127.

Searle, John. R. (1980) Minds, brains, and programs. Behavioral and
Brain Sciences 3 (3): 417-457

Searle JR Is the Brain a Digital Computer?

Chalmers D A Computational Foundation for the Study of Cognition

Harnad1 (H-Symbol): Symbol Grounding Problem

Harnad2 (H-ComCog) Computation is Just Interpretable Symbol
Manipulation: Cognition Isn't

Dennett: The Practical Requirements for Making a Conscious Robot

Dennett D Cognitive Science as Reverse Engineering

Pinker S & Prince A On Language and Connectionism:

Ziemke, Tom Rethinking Grounding

Stein, Lynn Andrea (1999) Challenging the Computational Metaphor: Implications
for How We Think. Cybernetics and Systems 30(6):1-35.

Shanahan, Murray (1996) Robotics and the Common Sense Informatic Situation.
ECAI 96. 12th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence.

Edmonds, B. (1999) The Constructability of Artificial Intelligence (as defined by the Turing Test)

McCarthy, John (1997) The Well Designed Child

MacLennan, Bruce J. (1993) Grounding Analog Computers.

Morgenstern, Laura The Problem with Solutions to the Frame Problem

Lormand, Eric (1991) The Holorobophobe's Dilemma