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Dynamics: minds as processesMany in the early AI community thought they were simply developing a new branch of engineering but others felt that their work was shedding light on the general principles that underlie intelligence. In the following decade interest in AI gathered momentum in parallel with the growth of “information processing psychology”. In 1967 the psychologist Ulric Neisser published Cognitive Psychology, a book which brought the static images of cognition that Broadbent and others were using together with ideas emerging from work on computational systems for carrying out complex tasks such as playing board games, interpreting pictures and understanding natural language. Neisser believed that computer algorithms might be the key to understanding how static cognitive models could be extended to explain the dynamic processes that generate behaviour.
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