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On the Productive Scope of the Computer

Martin F. Johansen

Presented at: OOC 2013

Date: Jun 01, 2013

By design, the computer has a certain range of applicability in which its use is productive and in which it has a comparative advantage over human labor. Despite enormous efforts, creating computer programs with human intelligence remains an unsolved challenge. Is this a coincidence? What were the main attempts, and why have they not succeeded? (Please note that Martin Johansen is giving a different course at this year's Objectivist Summer Conference in Chicago.)


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