Artificial Intelligence (Computational Linguistics, Machine Learning, Multi-agent Systems, Robotics)

The science of the artificial

In 1969, artificial-intelligence pioneer and Nobel Laureate Herbert Simon proposed a new science, one that approached the study of artificial objects just as one would study natural objects.

“Natural science is knowledge about natural objects and phenomena,” Simon wrote. “We ask whether there cannot also be ‘artificial’ science—knowledge about artificial objects and phenomena.”

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