The Psychology of Artificial Intelligence

Why theories from psychology, as well as anthropology and cognitive neuroscience need to be applied to the development and maintenance of AI.

Artificial intelligence exists at the crossroads of many different fields of study, including psychology, philosophy and ethics, computer science data…




A publication looking at the history and progress of technology.

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