Japan's thinking computer goes on show

Dayton, Leigh
September 1991
New Scientist;9/7/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1785, p31
Reports on Japanese computer scientists' demonstration of a computer that handles concepts and symbols at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Sydney, New South Wales. Japan's 10-year-long fifth-generation computer project; Computer known as Parallel Inference Machine; Doubts of some scientists about the value of fifth-generation computing.


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