#artificial-intelligence #emotion-machine #minsky
Accordingly, it seems to me that there is something wrong with most dumbbell distinctions: those divisions appear to be so simple and clear that they seem to be all that you need—and that satisfaction tempts you to stop. Yet most of the novel ideas in this book came from finding that two parts are rarely enough—and eventually my rule became: when thinking about psychology, one should never start with less than three different parts or hypotheses!
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- (no access) - Marvin Minsky - The Emotion Machine - common sense thinking, artificial intelligence and the future of human mind(2006) 380.pdf, p318
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