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Each of the chapters in this volume devotes considerable attention to defining and elaborating the notion of the frame problem-one of the "hard problems" of artificial intelligence. Not only do the chapters clarify the problems at hand, they shed light on the different approaches taken by those in artificial intelligence and by certain philosophers who have been concerned with related problems in their field. The book should therefore not be read merely as a discussion of the frame problem narrowly conceived, but also as a general analysis of what could be a major challenge to the design of computer systems exhibiting general intelligence.
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Zenon Walter Pylyshyn (born 1937) is a Canadian cognitive scientist and philosopher.
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