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Making AI IntelligiblePhilosophical Foundations$

Herman Cappelen and Josh Dever

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9780192894724

Published to University Press Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780192894724.001.0001

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(p.173) Index

(p.173) Index

Source:
Making AI Intelligible
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Oxford University Press

For the benefit of digital users, indexed terms that span two pages (e.g., 52–53) may, on occasion, appear on only one of those pages.

ACT-THEORETIC VIEW OF PROPOSITIONS118–121
ADVERSERIAL PERTURBATIONS160–162
achievements of contemporary13–14
and consciousness24–25
difference to calculator42–43
difference to humans70–72
described as content bearers in academic and popular work51–52
dynamic goals of140–148
meaningfulness of outputs4–5, 36–38
need of explainability19, 162–166
training7, 88–90, 110–111
sketch of working of5–8
ALFRED (dismissive sceptic)28, 31, 51, 53, 157
ALVAREZ, Maria163 n.2, 165 n.3
ANCHORING
For AI87–88
Kripkean84 see also baptism, externalism
ANTHROPOCENTRIC ABSTRACTION53–54, 69–72
Of mental files109–111
Of anchoring87–88
Of assertion128–129
Sweet spot70, 72, 87, 156 see also metasemantics
ARMSTRONG, D.M.55 n.4
ARRIVAL (movie)16 n.6
ASSERTION
norms of134 see also propositions, predication
AUDI, Robert163 n.2
AXELROD, Vadim63 n.2
BARD, Nolan51
BIAS
of AI systems3 n.1
BLACK BOX
of human mind12, 71–72
nature of AI systems71–72
BOSTROM, Nick3 n.1, 17–18
BRANDOM, Robert134
BRENTANO, Franz56, 57 n.6
BRIER SCORE92–97
BRINGSJORD, Selmer57–58
BROWN, Jessica133
BUCKNER, Cameron3 n.1, 57–58
BURGE, Tyler57–58, 58 n.7, 82–83, 148–152, 155
CAPPELEN, Herman57 n.6, 133–135
CAUSAL THEORY OF REFERENCEsee externalism, Kripke, communicative chain, causal source
COMMUNICATIVE CHAIN84–85
CAUSAL SOURCE111
CAUSAL DESCRIPTIVISM85
CHALMERS85, 139, 148–150, 152–155
CHINESE ROOM ARGUMENT24–25
CICERO108
CLARK, Andy139, 148–150, 152–155
COHNITZ, Daniel75 n.5
CONSCIOUSNESS24–25
(p.174) CONTENT
anthropocentric nature of existing theories67–72
Fregean view of119
in ‘old-school’ AI theorizing21–24
externalist nature of AI69–72
reasons for attributing to AI35–40, 48, 51–52 see also names, predicates, predication, metasemantics, externalism
CRANE, Tim57 n.6
DANCY, Jonathan163 n.2
DAVIDSON, Donald16–17, 76–77, 126–127
DESCRIPTIVISM76–78, 85, 105–106 see also reference, names
DEVER, Josh57 n.6
DONNELLAN, Keith57 n.6
DOOM13–14
DRETSKE, Fred57 n.6
EMPIRICISM3 n.1, 57–58
EPISTEMICALLY REWARDING RELATIONS108–111 See also mental files
EVANS, Gareth57 n.6, 106, 110–115
EXISTENTIAL RISK17–18
EXPLAINABILITY OF AI25–27, 162–166
EXTENDED MIND HYPOTHESIS58 n.7, 139
EXTERNALISM59 see also metasemantics, content
FACEBOOK8
FELDMAN, Richard78 n.6
FLAXMAN, Seth25
FLORIDI, Luciano3 n.1, 57–58
FODOR, Jerry57 n.6, 127
GOLDBERG, Sanford133
GOODFELLOW, Ian5 n.2
GOODMAN, Bryce25
GOOGLE13–14, 33
GOVINDARAJULU, Naveen Sundar57–58
GRAY, Aidan106–107, 110
HANKS, Peter119–121, 132–133
HAWTHORNE, John57 n.6
HENDRICKS, Lisa Anne26 n.7
HUANG, Sandy52
INFORMATION
AI as only processing36–40 see also No-content-just-evidence View
dominant source in mental files110–115
INTERNALISM75 n.5
and symbolic AI65–67
and extended mind151–152
INTERPRETATION78 n.6
knowledge-maximising (meta-meta-semantics)75–79
KAMINSKI, Margot25
KROON, Frederick85
LEM, Stanislaw16–17
LEWIS, David85
LOCKWOOD, Michael106
LOOMIS, Eric37–38
LOOSE TALK36–38, 53–54
MACHINE LEARNING see AI
MARCUS, Ruth Barcan148–149
MELE, Al163 n.2
MENTAL FILE FRAMEWORK105–108 see also reference, names, externalism, metasemantics, aboutness
METASEMANTICS56–58
pluralism82 n.1
de-anthropocentrized59
anthropocentric67–72 see also content
META-META-SEMANTICS72–75, 75 n.5, 110, 113
interpreter-knowledge-maximising75–79
MILLER, Tim26 n.7, 57–58
MILLIKAN, Ruth57 n.6, 148–149
MINECRAFT13–14
(p.175) MUELLER, Shane26 n.7
MULLIGAN, Kevin55 n.4
NEANDER, Karen57 n.6
NEURAL NETWORK see AI
NO-CONTENT-JUST-EVIDENCE VIEW157–158
NOZICK, Robert32–33
NYHOLM, Sven3 n.1
PAEZ, Andrés26 n.7
PAPINEAU, David126–127
PERCEPTION77–78, 108–110
PUTNAM, Hilary148–152
PREDICATES81–102
PROPOSITIONS117–121 see also: predication, assertion
PYTHON60
RAHIMI, Ali33–35
RAWLS, John32–33
RAZ, Joseph163 n.2
RECANATI, Francois57 n.6, 108–109
REFERENCE103–16
reference preservation98–102
reference shifts111–116 see also aboutness, names, Kripke
REPRESENTATION54–56 see also aboutness, content, externalism, names
RESCORLA, Michael22
RIBEIRO, Marco26 n.7
RUSSELL, Bertrand57 n.6
SALMON, Nathan85
SCANLON, Tim163 n.2
SCHIEBINGER, Londa3 n.1
SCHUBBACH, Arno57–58
SEARLE, John24–25
SELF-DRIVING CARS3 n.1, 13–14, 41, 44–47
SHEA, Nicholas57–58
SMIDS, Jilles3 n.1
SOAMES, Scott85, 119–121, 123, 132–133
STRAWSON, P.F57 n.6
SWAMPMAN126–127
TELEOFUNCTIONALISM123–125
TURNIP (reference shift example)111–112
TWO-DIMENSIONAL SEMANTICS85
WILLIAMS, J. Robert G.78 n.6
WILLIAMSON, Timothy75–78, 110
WORD2VEC13–14