Jacques BOLO
PHILOSOPHIE contre INTELLIGENCE ARTIFICIELLE
Novembre 1996, ed. Lingua Franca, Paris, 376 p.



Table des matières en français  

INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1 : PHILOSOPHY AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

  • AI debate and philosophy
  • Anti-analyse, and combinatorial vertigo
  • Philosophical infinite
  • Intentionnality and Mental causality
  • Critique of postulates
  • Postulates, operative concepts, and prejudices
  • Philosophy or parapsychology

Chapter 2 : L'HOMME MACHINE

  • Philosophy of the body
  • Are we programed ?
  • Helped artificial learning
  • Reinterpretation of simulation
  • Phenomenological robotics :
    WEIZY, DREYFY, SEARLY, WINOFLORY

Chapter 3 : PHILOSOPHICAL IMAGE OF SCIENCE

  • Knowledge, Science and Anti-Science
  • Extrapolation and "First steps"
  • From bad metaphor to good paradigm
  • Theory of fiction

Chapter 4 : INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND METHOD

  • Paradigm of information management
  • Modernization and language
  • Information systems design

Chapter 5 : POSSIBILITY OF HUMAN SCIENCES

  • Phenomenological refusal of human sciences
  • Sociological categories
  • Juridic-sociological modelisation
  • Freedom and objectivity of rules

Chapter 6 : FORMALIZATION AND LANGUAGE

  • Language and formalization
  • Syntaxic calculus
  • Ambiguity obstacle
  • Semantic, syntax, conscience and theology
  • Competence/performance

Chapter 7 : VALIDITY CRITERIA

  • Measurement
  • Formel or internal criterion
  • Objectivity criterion
  • Subjectivity criterion
  • Intersubjectivity criterion
  • Pragmatic criterion
  • Critical debate in sciences, and elsewhere...

Conclusion : WHAT HUMANS CAN'T DO* ! (* in english in the text)

BIBLIOGRAPHIE



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