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The Birth of Artificial Intelligence: First Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Paris in 1951?

Abstract : The 1956 Dartmouth conference is often considered as the cradle of artificial intelligence. There is a controversy on its origin. Some historians of computing believe that Turing or Zuse were the fathers of machine intelligence. However, the first working chess-playing automaton was developed by Torres Quevedo by 1912. Moreover, there was a large and important (but forgotten) European conference on computing and human thinking in Paris in 1951.
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Herbert Bruderer. The Birth of Artificial Intelligence: First Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Paris in 1951?. IFIP International Conference on the History of Computing (HC), May 2016, Brooklyn, NY, United States. pp.181-185, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-49463-0_12⟩. ⟨hal-01620145⟩

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