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Roger C. Schank (1946–2023)

Autor(a) de Tell Me a Story: Narrative and Intelligence

30+ Works 764 Membros 6 Reviews 2 Favorited

About the Author

Roger Schank is the founder of the renowned Institute for the Learning Sciences at Northwestern University, where he is John P. Evans Professor Emeritus in Computer Science, Education, and Psychology.

Obras de Roger C. Schank

Tell Me a Story: Narrative and Intelligence (1991) — Autor — 145 cópias, 1 resenha
Dynamic Memory Revisited (1999) 22 cópias
Engines for Education (1995) 21 cópias

Associated Works

This Will Make You Smarter: New Scientific Concepts to Improve Your Thinking (2012) — Contribuinte — 807 cópias, 17 resenhas
What Is Your Dangerous Idea? Today's Leading Thinkers on the Unthinkable (1914) — Contribuinte — 632 cópias, 8 resenhas
The Next Fifty Years: Science in the First Half of the Twenty-first Century (2002) — Contribuinte — 387 cópias, 9 resenhas
Perspectives on Cognitive Science (1981) — Contribuinte — 8 cópias
Applications in Artificial Intelligence (1985) — Contribuinte — 6 cópias


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Most useful takeaways? Give people problems to solve. Show what they'll be building. When students are wrong, ask them questions rather than telling them the answer.
adamfortuna | May 28, 2021 |
Boger C. Schank on maailman huomattavimpia tekoälyn asiantuntijoita, joka on parikymmentä vuotta kehittanyt tekoälyohjelmia. Hän analysoi ihmisen ajattelua ja sitä, mitä kaikkea tekoälyohjelmaa laadittaessa pitää tietää ihmisen maailmasta ja ajatteluprosessista; tavoitteena on kehittää tietokone, jonka kanssa voi keskustella ilman erikoiskieltä. Schank selvittää tekoälyn käyttömahdollisuuksia mm. lääketieteessä tai kirjastoissa. Tulevaisuudessa tekoäly "demokratisoi" tiedon saannin, koska sitä voi käyttää kuka tahansa, tietokoneen kanssa keskustellakseen ei tarvitse enää olla erikoiskoulutettu. Tekoälyohjelma todella ajattelee itse. Opetuksessa tekoäly puolestaan vapauttaa opettajan tiedonjakamisesta auttajan ja ohjaajan rooliin. . . " . Roger C. Schank on Yalen yliopiston tietojenkäsittelyn ja psykologian opettaja sekä yliopiston tekoalyprojektin johtaja. Kirjan toimitustyossä on avustanut Peter Childers. (Takakansi)… (mais)
Asko_Tolonen | Jun 13, 2020 |
This book was a life changing experience. I have no memory of how I found it, but I had it at about the time I went back to college, circa 1977. I probably just picked it up in the bookstore. It's beginnings of what became cognitive science, and the approach to artificial intelligence via social psychology and linguistics was, at the time, revolutionary. This book was where I met SAM, which appears in other Schank books as well.

Most of the concepts in this book will seem old hat to anyone who has been in the field for a while, or is newly arrived, but in 1977 it kept me up nights. It's still an interesting basis from which to approach the field.… (mais)
Lyndatrue | Jul 17, 2016 |
Although I let most of my AI library go when I retired, I kept certain books out of sentiment. I've been puzzling over why the name Riesbeck seemed so familiar, and after noting he was an LT author, and then seeing a list of his works, I did a quick face palm. I bought this book new, while I was still in school (I was a late bloomer), and have used it multiple times over the years. It's one of the very few books I own that has handwritten notes (and even worse, to my shame, it has multiple dog-eared pages). I also had Schank autograph it (in long ago times, during a Cognitive Science conference in LA in 1985 or so.

It was just an excellent and useful book.
… (mais)
Lyndatrue | Jul 17, 2016 |


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