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Commonsense psychology refers to the implicit theories that we all use to make sense of people's behavior in terms of their beliefs, goals, plans, and emotions. These are also the theories we employ when we anthropomorphize complex machines and computers as if they had humanlike mental lives. In order to successfully cooperate and communicate with people, these theories will need to be represented explicitly in future artificial intelligence systems. This book provides a large-scale logical formalization of commonsense ...

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    • Title: A Formal Theory of Commonsense Psychology by Andrew S. Gordon; Jerry R. Hobbs
    • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
    • Print ISBN: 9781107151000, 1107151007
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    • Edition: 2017
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    • Title: A Formal Theory of Commonsense Psychology by Andrew S. Gordon; Jerry R. Hobbs
    • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
    • Print ISBN: 9781107151000, 1107151007
    • eText ISBN: 9781108515597
    • Edition: 2017
    • Format: PDF eBook
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