"In from three to eight years we will have a machine with the general intelligence of an average human being. I mean a machine that will be able to read Shakespeare, grease a car, play office politics, tell a joke, have a fight. At that point the machine will begin to educate itself with fantastic speed. In a few months it will be at genius level and a few months after that its powers will be incalculable."Marvin Minsky, Life magazine interview, 1970 Why hasn't HCI been closer to AI, the most colorful and controversial branch of computer science? Both…
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