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Making AI IntelligiblePhilosophical Foundations$

Herman Cappelen and Josh Dever

Print publication date: 2021

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DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780192894724.001.0001

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Making AI Intelligible

Herman Cappelen

Josh Dever

Oxford University Press

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