Month: August 2021

Advocates of Artificial Intelligence as Behaviourists

Paul Austin Murphy has written a paper “Advocates of Artificial Intelligence as Behaviourists” in which he discusses behaviourism in AI and the theory that “if a computer (or robot) behaved as if it had intelligence (or had a mind), then, by definition, it must actually be intelligent (or have a mind).” Computers cab perform simple…
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English schools turn to AI to help students catch up after Covid

Platforms that assess pupils and guide teachers on how to improve lesson plans are becoming mainstream, according to Madhumita Murgia in London AUGUST 14 2021 SOURCE: Financial Times (FT) Keywords – Artificial Intelligence; Machine Learning; Schools; Covid; Students An unusual teaching assistant is waiting for the students of St John’s primary school, in Wigan, north-west…
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