3. Cognitive Architectures

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MIT 6.868J The Society of Mind, Fall 2011
View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-868JF11
Instructor: Marvin Minsky

In this lecture, students use readings of M.A. Bozarth and Carl Sagan to discuss pleasure systems in the brain and human problem solving.

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E M says:

Poor Marvin .. He didn't live long enough to watch Westworld :<

E M says:

Living till 400 with the abilities of a 20-40 years old sounds good.

Paulo Constantino says:

RIP MARVIN…….. GOOD TO SEE YOU'RE GONE. YOU WERE A BITTER AND UNINSPIRING SAD PERSON……. DON'T COME BACK.

Mike Fuller says:

What an arse hole!

teatime90 says:

what made minsky wonder?

Ameer Fazal says:

Like always Marvin Minsky at his best!

AliveAgain says:

RIP Marvin Minsky

aaronsloman says:

It's a great privilege to have our work mentioned approvingly (around 19m 20s) by Minsky, from whom I learnt so much (starting with his 'Steps toward artificial intelligence' (1960 ) http://web.media.mit.edu/~minsky/papers/steps.htm ). Anyone interested in later versions of the CogAff schema, the H-Cogaff architecture diagram and the programming tools used by students and colleagues to test some of the ideas, can look at this overview of the CogAff project http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/projects/cogaff/#overview and this introduction to the SimAgent toolkit http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/projects/poplog/packages/simagent.html . Many of the ideas in the project were originally inspired by Marvin Minsky. He will be much missed.

Neo Mohsenvand says:

42:04 just pretty amazing 

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