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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: FROM THE FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS TO INTELLIGENT COMPUTERS

By Raymond L. Paden, Prepared For The and Learning Seminar

Abstract

174 Ramifications between artificial intelligence and Christian faith are explored. The discussion is intended to motivate thoughtful discussion by Christian scholars from numerous disciplines and to serve as a catalyst for ideas to be used by computer science and mathematics professors for integrating faith and learning. Artificial intelligence and its relationship to faith are developed within a historical context. Thus discussion progresses from its early precursors in the foundations of mathematics, through the development of computational theory and ending with its modem program. The point is not to resolve issues, but to generate dialogue. Thus questions are purposed and cautions are stated rather than giving definitive answers to complex issues. Moreover, the language used is largely nontechnical assuming that the specialist can easily supply the concomitant rigor only hinted at within the text that follows

Topics: Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Christian Education, Integration of Faith and Learning
Year: 1992
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