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am 15. Mai 2000
Who said simple is beautiful? Beautiful as it may seem, the simple is often deceptive. Like the famous Maxwell's equations in differntial form. They look beautifully simple. But to apply it requires another not very simple form. Minsky tells us that what seem simple enough to us (so simple that we are hardly aware of) are actually very hard to implement in machines. So the biggest question in artificial intelligence is to simulate simple human tasks. Minsky is not like some lousy popular textbook writers. He seeks to find an answer, and all along, he does not attempt to make a logical 'jump'. The book is full of ideas. Though not with any big promises or big future plan, it gives you practical insights (such as why 'agents' should be simple enough, when the 'agencies' are not. Highly recommended to those who want to see the practical side of artificial intelligence. Like the integral form of Maxwell's equations.
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am 17. Juni 1998
This book does more to explain the fundamental structure of the human mind than all the volumes of developmental psychology that I've read. In a step-by-step process, Minsky constructs a believable thesis for a way in which the human mind in all its complexity can be built up, layer by layer, from the interactions of "agents", functional subroutines. Some agents are hard-wired by evolution and some are learned. The learned ones stay in consciousness only while they are being built and then become the substrate for higher-level constructs. "The Society of Mind" had shaped the way I look at consciousness.
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am 22. Januar 2000
Not to flame anyone, but Jules Vernes was considered a SF author in his time, until a real submarine was built, a plane flew and travelling around the world in less than 80 days could be done at a reasonable risk and cost. Minsky is a genius, until it can be proven otherwise.
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am 19. August 2013
Before one can understand artificial intelligence one must understand the real thing.

This book has lots of fin diagrams as it explained the complexities of what is not one whole comprehensive entity but the "society of the Mind."

It may be a tad dated but the concept is still solid.

And now for something a tad more dated:

Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics by Alfred Korzybski
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am 5. März 1999
Mr. Minsky's book is a true nugget of golden wisdom. A broken-down, step-by-step guide to the elements of thought and action. Tired of self-important terminology and baroque explanation in the realm of psychology? Pick up this brilliant mind's prosaic, simply worded and lucidly illustrated work on the subject of how our minds work. He is the Bob Villa of consciousness.
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am 27. Oktober 1995
This is a seminal book, seminal in that it plants
a seed for further inquiry, and the adventure of mind discovery.
Tired of Chomskian generative grammar? Check out
Marvin Minsky's ideas of language and the role of agents.
This book is indispensable for anyone interested in the
fields of "Artificial Intelligence" and cognition.
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am 8. November 1999
Ahh the concept of AI. On the previous messages, true, solutions have not come from this realm yet but neither has the other side of hard-compututation. I think this will undoubtedly be the method for AI when someone finally gets it right, especially with current trends of Neural networks and GA's (see TIERRA and similar projects). To the individual looking for a read that will confirm and/or expand their thinking, this is the book. Take twice the time to read it so you can sit back and ponder the posabilities between essays.
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am 18. Dezember 1999
This book is wonderfully readable! Each page is a chapter in itself describing possible mechanisms that cause and describe our being. If nothing else, this interesting read will make you think about thinking. Check it out!
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am 7. April 1998
One of the all time best books I've ever read. Packed full of ideas, and concepts that make you wonder why you haven't thought of them before.
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am 10. August 2013
one of the most inspiring books i've ever read. partly looking banal, but throughout being a masterpiece. an absolte must read.
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