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1Collins, H.M. ; Reyes-Galindo, L. ; Ginsparg, P.: ¬A note concerning primary source knowledge.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 68(2017) no.5, S.1105-1110.
Abstract: We present the results of running 4 different papers through the automated filtering system used by the open access preprint server "arXiv" to classify papers and implement quality control barriers. The exercise was carried out in order to assess whether these highly sophisticated, state-of-the-art filters can distinguish between papers that are controversial or have gone past their "sell-by date," and otherwise normal papers. We conclude that not even the arXiv filters, which are otherwise successful in filtering fringe-topic papers, can fully acquire "Domain-Specific Discrimination" and thus distinguish technical papers that are taken seriously by an expert community from those that are not. Finally, we discuss the implications this has for citizen and policy-maker engagement with the Primary Source Knowledge of a technical domain.
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2Collins, H.M.: ¬A review of Hubert Dreyfus' What computers still can't do.
In: Artificial intelligence. 80(1996) no.1, S.99-191.
Abstract: What computers can't do by Hubert Dreyfus was published in 1972, and is a seminal work of philosophy challenging the empirical claims made for intelligent machines. It was based on the ideas of the later Wittgenstein and of phenomenological philosophy. In 5 separate papers, the authors discuss these ideas, arguing that Dreyfus made a professional mistake, a professional mistake, a philosophical elision, a sociological error. The issue ends with a response from Hubert Dreyfus (S.171-191)