Artificial Intelligence and Cognition
by Antonio Lieto, Marco Cruciani (eds)
Publisher: University of Torino 2013
Number of pages: 145
This book of Proceedings contains the accepted papers of the first International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Cognition (AIC13). The scientific motivation behind AIC13 resides on the growing impact that, in the last years, the collaboration between Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI) had for both the disciplines.
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