Edward Ihnatowicz Quote

The idea of making machines that think has an unfailing fascination, not only for science fiction readers, but for all who can see it is a possible way of gaining some understanding of the working of our own minds. Thinking, however, is not an easily defined phenomenon, although it is often considered to be the process of solving problems.


p. 133 - The Relevance of Manipulation to the Process of Perception, 1977

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