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Add to Wants. Welcome sign in sign up. Those intellectuals who persist in their indifference, not to say snobbery, will find themselves stranded in a quaint museum of the intellect, forced to live petulantly, and rather irrelevantly, on the charity of those who understand the real dimensions of the revolution and can deal with the new world it will bring about.
Leaders who come to mind, and whose names would render the quoted paragraph plausible, are, to name just a few: Karl Marx, General Pinochet, Stalin. The authors of The Fifth Generation maintain that intellectuality, the creative use of the mind engaged in study and in reflection, will soon become inevitably and necessarily dependent on the computer. Skip to main content.
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The fifth generation: Artificial intelligence and Japan's computer challenge to the world: E.A. Feigenbaum and P. McCorduck, (Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA. The fifth generation: artificial intelligence and Japan's computer challenge to the Paul W. Abrahams, A world without work, Beyond calculation: the next fifty.