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Computers and common sense
Originally published Columbia University Press, 1961.
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Mortimer Taube. Columbia University Press, New York, pp. $Author: Walter R. Reitman. Computers and Common Sense-the Myth of Thinking Machines (Book Review) Author(s): Jahoda, G. Issue Date: Publisher: Association of College and Research Libraries.
American Library Association: Citation Info: In College and Research Libraries v no.5, September Genre: Book Review: Type: Text: Language: English: URI:Author: G.
Jahoda. ok,the way I see it sense is a where a person has a good memory and can learn easy from reading books,they pretty much see the world in a black and white sort of usually figure out problems using formulas or equations and from usually makes it hard for them to see the obvious,more practical ways of solving a problem.
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Our work is focused on building computational models of human commonsense psychology, especially models of how people make inferences about ordinary situations, activities and intentions.