What Is the Brain Basis of Intelligence? by Charles F. Stevens | PLoS Biology
à propos de Duncan J (2010) How Intelligence Happens. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
One of the things that makes it hard for artificial intelligence to mimic human intelligence is that we can be, but often are not, rational beings. Capturing our special forms of irrationality poses a special problem for computer programmers. In the final chapter, Duncan describes some ongoing and incomplete research to give an impression of the direction intelligence studies is heading. For example, he outlines some experiments that permit us to “read a person’s mind” by examining the pattern of brain activity revealed by fMRI.