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HAL's Legacy: "2001's" Computer as Dream and Reality [Paperback]

David Stork
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Table of Contents

The Best-Informed Dream: HAL and the Vision of 2001
David G. Stork
Scientist on the Set: An Interview with Marvin Minsky
David G. Stork
Could We Build HAL? Supercomputer Design
David J. Kuck
"Foolproof and incapable of error?" Reliable Computing and Fault Tolerance
Ravishankar K. Iyer
"An Enjoyable Game": How HAL Plays Chess
Murray S. Campbell
"The Talking Computer": Text to Speech Synthesis
Joseph P. Olive
When Will HAL Understand What We Are Saying? Computer Speech Recognition andUnderstanding
Ray Kurzweil
"I'm sorry, Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that": How Could HAL Use Language
Roger C. Schank
From 2001 to 2001: Common Sense and the Mind of HAL
Douglas B. Lenat
Eyes for Computers: How HAL Could "See"
Azriel Rosenfeld
"I could see your lips move": HAL and Speechreading
David G. Stork
Living in Space: Working with the Machines of the Future
Donald A. Norman
Does HAL Cry Digital Tears?: Computers and Emotions
Rosalind W. Picard
"That's something I could not allow to happen": HAL and Planning
David E. Wilkins
Computers, Science, and Extraterrestrials: An Interview with Stephen Wolfram
David G. Stork
When HAL Kills, Who's to Blame? Computer Ethics
Daniel C. Dennett

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