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, hrsg. von Miriam Faust . Oxford : Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Friederici , Angela D. , Bertram Opitz und D. Yves von Cramon . 2000 . » Segragating semantic and syntactic aspects of processing in the human brain: an fMRI investigation of different word types .« Cerebral Cortex

In: Metaphernforschung in interdisziplinären und interdiskursiven Perspektiven
Author: Rebecca Davnall

of other road users and a great deal of other information with more accuracy than car-mounted sensors. Important questions remain, however. One which there is not space to investigate in detail here is whether self-driving cars should in fact be making such distinctions at all. For example, the

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, involves a behavioral output in most cases, and is empirically accessible, therefore. Planning also represents an important component of McMahan’s understanding of strong psychological unity, as became evident in chapter 3.3.2. An investigation of animal planning abilities is particularly well

In: Planning for the Future

capable of forming a particular kind of direct psychological connections into their futures. Planning lends itself to empirically investigate these internal reference-typed connections in animals. In chapter four, I will argue that planning and other related terms have loomed large in the debate around

In: Planning for the Future
Author: Stefan Reining

worth investigating whether a different version of the argument, also proposed by Chalmers, namely, the so-called fading -qualia argument, is undermined by RV as well. The fading-qualia argument uses the same reasoning as the dancing-qualia version, but instead of the conclusion that a neuronal

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possibility of moral decision-making by intelligent machines deal with old wine in new bottles: Trying to identify moral values has been part of most ethical considerations since the very beginning of philosophical investigations. In her chapter Is Utilitarianism Entirely Useless for Self-Driving Car

In: Artificial Intelligence
Author: Keith Begley

Pythagoras as was used in B40. Pythagoras, son of Mnesarchus, devoted himself to investigation more than all other men, and after he had made a selection of these writings [scil. probably: the writings of other people] he devised his own wisdom: much learning, evil artifice. D26 [B129], Trans. Laks

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

. Instead, he must explain such progress in terms of philosophy’s own proper features. To that end, Aristotle can appeal, first, to the ways in which nature itself regulates and propels philosophical investigations. He can appeal, second, to certain aspects of human nature, and to the status of philosophers

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laws of nature and leads to the development of cosmic and biological systems, as well as of natural kinds, as these are investigated by the natural sciences. This process is undisturbed if and only if there are no causal interventions that are due to the intentional actions of rational agents – whether

In: Artificial Intelligence

), Jeff Hawkins investigates a problem that scientists are working on to this day, desperate to finally figure out how narrow AI could become Superintelligence. Metaphorically speaking, he attempts to narrow down the secret ingredient that the field of AGI development is still lacking: “What then is

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