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1. Biography: Brian Cantwell-Smith
Brian Cantwell-Smith Brian Cantwell Smith is professor of cognitive science and computer science, adjunct professor of philosophy, and assistant director of the cognitive science program, at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
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2. Science and the Spiritual Quest Interview: Brian Cantwell-Smith on the Need ...
Brian Cantwell-Smith on the Need for Moral/Ethical Advances Other Resources Computing Books on Information Technology More Interviews...
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3. Information Science Topic: Robotic Agency
we were encountering. As Brian Cantwell-Smith has noted, until recently if anything spoke to us, we could hope to take it home for dinner. But these days anything from our cars, to computers, or artificial intelligences might try and strike up
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4. Full Biography Index
Brian Cantwell-Smith Anna Case-Winters Audrey Chapman Jose Cibelli Philip Clayton Jane
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5. Event: Creativity, Spirituality, and Computing Technologies (SSQ San Jose 2000)
Brian Cantwell-Smith on the Need for Moral/Ethical Advances Play Panel Discussion: What's the Fundamental Challenge? Play Event Index
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Brian Cantwell-Smith on the Need for Moral/Ethical Advances Play Panel Discussion: What's the Fundamental Challenge? Play
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7. Science and the Spiritual Quest Interview: Mitch Marcus on Teaching Values i...
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