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"People sometimes ask me what they should read to find out about artificial intelligence. Herbert Simon"s book The Sciences of the Artificial is always on the list I give them.
Every page issues a challenge to conventional thinking, and the layman who digests it well will certainly understand what the field of artificial intelligence hopes to accomplish. I recommend it in the same spirit that I recommend Freud to people who ask about psychoanalysis, or Piaget to those who ask about child psychology: If you want to learn about a subject, start by reading its founding fathers." George A. Miller , Complex Information Processing
The MIT Press