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Vojno delo
2013, vol. 65, iss. 3, pp. 182-188
article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
published on: 02/12/2013
Development of thought in moving to multidisciplinarity: Turning point for artificial intelligence
University of Belgrade, Institute for Multidisciplinary Research



Theory and practice of science in society: multidisciplinary, educational and intergenerational perspectives (MESTD - 179048)


The paper discusses in what way the idea of multidisciplinarity has influenced the development and streams of research in artificial intelligence. It follows its history from its advent to the occurrence of key deadlocks that threatened to discontinue further progress. The significance of artificial intelligence for the military is reflected in the capability of conducting the operations with no human losses and with reduced use of energy sources. Many disciplines have been involved in the development of this area. One of the characteristics of artificial intelligence is continuous reliance and comparison of the research to knowledge in neuroscience and knowledge related to learning processes. Marvin Minsky's idea on the way the human brain learns is presented. The focus of the paper is an analysis of the turning point in the development of artificial intelligence. Innovative knowledge leading to the resolution of the problem is pointed out. This approach comes from Marvin Minsky and his ability to deeply understand the development and research crisis where the area of artificial intelligence has been.



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