Book Review: “Artificial Cognitive Architectures”

Aficionados of artificial intelligence often fantasize, speculate, and debate the holy grail of a fully autonomous artificial life form, yet rarely do we find a proposed architecture approaching a credible probability of success. With “Artificial Cognitive Architectures”, Drs Crowder, Carbone and Friess have painstakingly pulled together many disparate pieces of the robot puzzle in sufficient form to convince this skeptic that a human-like robot is finally within the realm of achievement…. Read More