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These reviews mostly concern an enormous variety of misconceptions of artificial Intelligence. I think I've successfully converted all of them to latex2html, so if you find any glitches, please let me know.Two reviews of Computer Power and Human Reason by Joseph Weizenbaum
Review of ``Artificial Intelligence:
A General Survey'' by Professor Sir James Lighthill
This appeared in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 5, No. 3 (1974). There is also a review of Lighthill after 20 years by Martin Lam.
Review of Artificial Intelligence: the Very
Idea by John Haugeland.
This review was to appear in SIAM News in 1987, but I don't know whether it did.
Review of Mathematics: The Loss of Certainty by
This review and the following one were for the Washington Post. I don't know whether they appeared.
Review of Weapons and Hope Freeman Dyson. I believe this review appeared in Reason some time in the eighties.
Review of John von Neumann and Norbert Wiener: From Mathematics to the Technologies of Life and Death by Steve J. Heims
Review of The Emperor's New Mind by
This review appeared in Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 1990 October.
review of Penrose's Shadows of the Mind
Review of The Question of Artificial
Intelligence edited by Brian Bloomfield
Grumble about SCOST (Social Construction of Science and Technology). The review appeared in Annals of the History of Computing in 1989.
Review of Cognitive Science and Concepts
of Mind by Morton Wagman
This review appeared in Quarterly Journal of Biology, 1992 September.
Review of Artificial Intelligence: Its Scope
and Limits by James Fetzer
It isn't clear whether this review will ever appear.
Review of What Computers still can't do by
Appeared in Artificial Intelligence, November 1995.
Review ofThe Stork and the Plow by Paul Ehrlich, Anne Ehrlich and Gretchen Daily.
Review of Why Things Bite Back by Edward Tenner, from the Times Higher Education Supplement, London, 1996 November 8.
Review of Kasparov vs. Deep Blue by Monty Newborn from Science, 1997 June 6.
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