In this course, we will explore the history of cognitive science and the way these ideas shape how we think of artificial cognition.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM WHAT IS “THE MIND” AND WHAT IS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE?
Gives you a lot to think about. A great introduction to thinking about computational complexity and the mind vs the machine.
This was a lot of fun and just the right amount of challenging at the end!
Very interesting course with a basic level. Topics are addressed in a very general way. Topics are of philosophical importance and motivates you to think more about them.
The course is very informative,week 4 questions are very tough ...but finally course completed
About the Mind and Machine Specialization
This specialization examines the ways in which our current understanding of human thinking is both illuminated and challenged by the evolving techniques and ideas of artificial intelligence and computer science. Our collective understanding of “minds” – both biological and computational – has been revolutionized over the past half-century by themes originating in fields like cognitive psychology, machine learning, neuroscience, evolutionary psychology, and game theory, among others. This specialization focuses on both the larger “historical” arc of these changes as well as current research directions and controversies.
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