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|Title:||Common sense computing: From the society of mind to digital intuition and beyond|
|Citation:||Cambria E, Hussain A, Havasi C & Eckl C (2009) Common sense computing: From the society of mind to digital intuition and beyond. In: Fierrez J, Ortega-Garcia J, Esposito A, Drygajlo A, Faundez-Zanuy M (ed.). Biometric ID Management and Multimodal Communication: Joint COST 2101 and 2102 International Conference, BioID_MultiComm 2009, Madrid, Spain, September 16-18, 2009. Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5707, Berlin Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 252-259.|
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|Series/Report no.:||Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5707|
|Abstract:||What is Common Sense Computing? And why is it so important for the technological evolution of humankind? This paper presents an overview of past, present and future efforts of the AI community to give computers the capacity for Common Sense reasoning, from Minsky's Society of Mind to Media Laboratory's Digital Intuition theory, and beyond. Is it actually possible to build a machine with Common Sense or is it just an utopia? This is the question this paper is trying to answer.|
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