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"Minds, Brains and Programs"
John Searle's seminal text on problems with the metaphor of the brain as "computing device" in which his famous "Chinese Room" argument is brought forth as criticism of the philosophical foundation for examining human cognition via computer simulation
comp.ai.philosophy
The original - and still very active - newsgroup
The Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence
From the American Association of Artificial Intelligence, a repository of essays and articles which present the many traditional philosophical questions that take new twists in the context of intelligent machines
The Philosophy and Future of AI
Dr. Mark Humphrys of the Dublin City University shares his interesting views about life, the universe and AI. In this page, discussing the philosophy of the mind, Humphrys argues that AI is possible, and backs up his claim with a long list of essays by prominent thinkers in the field
"Is the Brain a Digital Computer?"
John Searle's explorations into the computational model of the mind confront him with the question whether the brain is a digital computer
Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence
An annotated bibliography for the main issues of the philosophy of artificial intelligence
The Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence
From about.com, links to the most popular sites on the net dealing with the philosophy of AI
The Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence
From the American Association of Artificial Intelligence, a repository of essays and articles which present the many traditional philosophical questions that take new twists in the context of intelligent machines
What has AI in Common with Philosophy?
An article by John McCarthy (1996), on the interplay between philosophy and AI