This Collection, composed of altogether 19 reissued titles in three sub-sets from The Athlone Press, Cassell and Frances Pinter, offers a distinguished selection of titles that showcase the breadth of linguistics, spanning from language learning and the classic questions of linguistics to the challenges of teaching artificial intelligence to think and speak. Focussing on the use of language and communication in artificial environments, this sub-set with six titles addresses the issues and challenges that arise when society relies increasingly on technology and artificial intelligence and their ability to understand and adopt human communication in order to fulfill their purpose. All titles can be acquired either individually or as set. The set Communication in Artificial Intelligence includes: New Concepts in Natural Language Generation by Helmut Horacek Evolutionary Language Understanding by Geoffrey Sampson User Modelling in Text Generation by Cecile Paris Text Knowledge and Object Knowledge by Annely Rothkegel Linguistic Issues in Machine Translation by Frank Van Eynde Expressibility and the Problem of Efficient Text Planning by Marie Meteer
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Weight: 3028 g
Dimensions: 244 x 175 x 112 mm
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