Berkeley Psychologist, Alison Gopnik, says computers may be able to play chess or drive, but they’re still not as smart as a two-year-old. Gopnik that even the youngest babies learn from imitation and interaction, and are smarter than computers and most adults too.
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Author: Alison Gopnik is Professor of Psychology and Affiliate Professor of Philosophy at the Tolman Hall University of California at Berkeley.
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