Cardwell, Mike.

The dictionary of psychology / Mike Cardwell ; series editor, Ian Marcousé. - London ; Chicago : Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1999, c1996. - vi, 249 p. ; 24 cm.

"First published 1996 in the United Kingdom by Hodder and Stoughton Educational as 'The complete A-Z psychology handbook'"--T.p. verso.

Managers, business owners, computer literate individuals, software developers, students, & researchers - all are looking for an understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) & what "might be" in the future. In this literate yet easy-to-read discussion, Derek Partridge explains what AI can & cannot do, & what it holds for applications such as banking, financial services, & expert systems of all kinds. Topics include: the strengths & weaknesses of software development & engineering; machine learning & its promises & problems; expert systems & success stories; & practical software through artificial intelligence. Psychology as a subject is notorious for its often confusing use of language. The Dictionary of Psychology is an A-Z guide to key terms in the subject.

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BF31 / .C33 1999