Computers as Experts?: On the Nonexistence of Expert Systems

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Are computers able to take over functions normally confined to human experts, e.g. physicians? What is characteristic of human thought and expertise? These questions are treated in a structurized, psychological way. We refer to the psychological research on problem solving, communication and organization of work places. We also examine open questions and obstacles computers are confronted with: e.g. responsibility? Our analysis leads to structurized, psychological criteria for the evaluation of computer systems.

Computers as Experts?: On the Nonexistence of Expert Systems 1992, Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften, Frankfurt

ISBN-13: 9783631427484

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