Fuzzy Logic, Fuzzy Ethics - Real Life
Jonathan Zong
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Throughout the 1960s, '70s, and '80s, artificial intelligence researchers seemed to be fatally vexed by the problem of the future's looming uncertainty. This was because the "top-down" AI approaches dominant at the time were deterministic, modeling intelligence as a finite collection of well-defined rules: if b then c; if x then y.

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