Game and Problem Structure in Relation to the Study of Human and Artificial Intelligence

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Programming a computer to play board games is an effective way of modelling a set of problem solving strategies. The analysis of games played against such programs is a convenient laboratory method for studying human intellectual capacities, including skills allied to social intelligence.

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ELITHORN, A., TELFORD, A. Game and Problem Structure in Relation to the Study of Human and Artificial Intelligence. Nature 227, 1205–1210 (1970) doi:10.1038/2271205a0

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