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[[[Artificial life possibilities: Star Vista Trek (series of games development)]]]



Description: Series "Star Trek inspires not just an armchair fans, but researchers are trying to better the human race, the development of devices of the future and attempts to conquer space travel. Series" Star Trek was the inspiration for this book, which examines artificial intelligence portrayed in the show.

If you ever wanted to know what positronic brain, or how to write a personal sub, then this book is for you!


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Some minor errors in the event that a second edition.

1. pg. 46, paragraph 2, "pheromone trails" (without tests '\\').
2. pg. 81, the second formula is the same as the first, when it should be different so p (success) can not be the same as F (failure).
3. pg. 88, based on the second premise (that is, it 's always a moderate 50 degrees or above), the sentence following paragraph and "... a planet with a temperature of * up to * 50 degrees ..." (and not "50 degrees or less").
4. pg. 120, paragraph 3, 'S "Bajorans" (not Bajorians).
5. pg. 126, paragraph 3, Article 5, "... not t ', as a rule, always a pleasure ..." (missing' s) ', the same lines, note the indicator should be after this period.
6. pg. 126, last line, "jokes ...." (3 periods are common in the pending proposals, rather than four).






In this book, Dr. Penny Bailey de profit, Australian university lecturer has turned looked at studies carried out and tied it to the heroes of the TV show. She looks at the androids and pure projection of characters, such as those generated on the holodeck.

Chapter I liked most was her discussion of the Turing test, test, Alan Turing developed to determine the machine could think of - (what a 'to think that sa machine'). Do we have tested yet? Again, I see some people once in a while, that I don 't think it was possible to pass the test.



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