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Integrating Human and Computer Intelligence

Abstract : The thesis to be explored in this chapter is that advances in computer applications and artificial intelligence have important implications for the study of development and learning in psychology. I begin by reviewing current approaches to the use of computers as devices for solving problems. reasoning, and thinking. I then raise questions concerning the integration of computer-based intelligence with human intelligence to seme human development and the processes of education.
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Roy D. Pea. Integrating Human and Computer Intelligence. E.L. Klein. Children and Computers, San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, pp.75-96, 1985, News directions for Child Development, no 28. ⟨hal-00190535⟩



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