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6.803 The Human Intelligence Enterprise

Prereq: 6.034 or permission of instructor
U (Spring)
12 Units

Analyzes seminal work directed at the development of a computational understanding of human intelligence, such as work on learning, language, vision, event representation, commonsense reasoning, self reflection, story understanding, and analogy. Reviews visionary ideas of Turing, Minsky, and other influential thinkers. Examines the implications of work on brain scanning, developmental psychology, and cognitive psychology. Emphasis on discussion and analysis of original papers. Students taking graduate version complete additional assignments.Enrollment limited.

P. H. Winston

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Subject meets with 6.833

Political Science (Course 17)

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...Requirements Subjects Science Requirement 6 Humanities, Arts, and...be satisfied by 17.803 in the Departmental...