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- Review of "Computer Power and Human Reason" by Joseph Weizenbaum
- Computer power and human reason : from judgment to calculation
- The human face of cybernetics: Heinz von Foerster and the history of a movement that failed…
- Joseph Weizenbaum Computer Power and Human Reason From Judgement to Calculation 1976
Review of "Computer Power and Human Reason" by Joseph Weizenbaum
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Computer power and human reason : from judgment to calculation
Computer Power and Human Reason: From Judgment to Calculation by Joseph Weizenbaum displays the author's ambivalence towards computer technology and lays out the case that while artificial intelligence may be possible, we should never allow computers to make important decisions because computers will always lack human qualities such as compassion and wisdom. Weizenbaum makes the crucial distinction between deciding and choosing. Deciding is a computational activity, something that can ultimately be programmed. It is the capacity to choose that ultimately makes us human. Choice , however, is the product of judgment, not calculation. Comprehensive human judgment is able to include non-mathematical factors such as emotions. Judgment can compare apples and oranges, and can do so without quantifying each fruit type and then reductively quantifying each to factors necessary for mathematical comparison.
The human face of cybernetics: Heinz von Foerster and the history of a movement that failed…
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Joseph Weizenbaum Computer Power and Human Reason From Judgement to Calculation 1976
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Cybernetics can be seen as a scientific concept of harnessing complexity as a feedback phenomenon and a project aimed at establishing a new control science and adaptive technology based on the formalization of complexity. Today, we still do not have adaptive or complex computers. Cybernetics has failed both as a concept and a project, and is becoming a case for historians.
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