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Knowledge, Skill and Artificial Intelligence: Conference on Knowledge, Skill and New Technology

Knowledge, Skill and Artificial Intelligence: Conference on Knowledge, Skill and New Technology (Paperback)

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Issues raised by the Theory of Knowledge, a central theme in the development of Artificial Intelligence, are the main topic of this book. The major questions are: How is the expert's knowledge to be elicited, what are the limits and possibilities? How can skill be developed and maintained in a more and more computerized and abstract working life? This last question is also closely related to the discussion on programs for education and training in society and working life. Long term effects on skill formation in working life in relation to new technology are a very important area of research. Case studies form the basis for philosophical reflections with the main concept of tacit knowledge as the central issue of skill and new technology. To a great extent the discussion is based on current case studies of professional groups with experience in advanced computer technology. The contributions of this book demonstrate the complicated nature of human knowledge. They introduce different theoretical perspectives on the issue of knowledge acquisition and elicitation.

Computing & ITComputer scienceArtificial intelligenceMachine learning Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG Publication Date: 30/05/1988 ISBN-13: 9783540195191  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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