1 Winston Reflects on the First 50 years Winston, Patrick Henry. Why I am Optimistic?
2 Turing Suggests Test for Success Turing, A. M. "Computing Machinery and Intelligence." Mind 49 (1950): 433-460.
3 Minsky Lays Out Steps Toward Creating AI Buy at Amazon Minsky, Marvin. "Steps toward Artificial Intelligence." In Computers and Thought. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995, pp. 406-450. ISBN: 0262560925.
4 Brooks Denies Value of Representations Davis and Friends Affirm Value of Representations

Brooks, Rodney A. "Intelligence without Representation." Artificial Intelligence 47 (1991): 139-159.

Davis, Randall, Howard Shrobe, and Peter Szolovits. "What is a Knowledge Representation?" AI Magazine 14, no. 1 (1993): 17-33.

5 Marr Speaks to What Constitutes Good Work Marr, David. "Artificial Intelligence-a Personal View." Artificial Intelligence 9 (1976): 37-48.
6 Ullman Explains Visual Routines Ullman, Shimon. "Visual Cognition and Visual Routines." Cognition 18 (1984): 97-159.
7 Ullman Introduces Goldilocks Theory Ullman, Shimon, Michel Vidal-Naquet, and Erez Sali. "Visual Features of Intermediate Complexity and their use in Classification." Nature Neuroscience 5, no. 7 (July 2002): 682-687.
8 Rao Offers Explanation for Acquisition of Visual Routines Rao, Sajit. Visual Routines and Attention. PhD Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1998.
9 Borchardt Focuses on Transitions Borchardt, Gary. Causal Reconstruction. Tech Report AIM-1403, MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, February 1993.
10 Jackendoff Grounds Out in Trajectories Buy at Amazon Jackendoff, Ray. "Semantics of Spatial Expressions." In Semantics and Cognition. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1983, chapter 9. ISBN: 0262100274.
11 Vaina and Grearenblatt Condemn Trees Vaina, Lucia, and Richard Greenblatt. "The Use of Thread Memory in Amnesia Aphasia and Concept Learning." AI Working Paper 195, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1979.
12 Minsky Predicts Important Role for Perception Minsky, Marvin. "K-lines: A Theory of Memory." Cognitive Science 4 (1980): 117-133.
13 Spelke Demonstrates Role of Language in Reorientation Hermer-Vazquez, Linda, Elizabeth Spelke, and Alla S. Katsnelson. "Sources of flexibility in human cognition: dual-task studies of space and language." Cognitive Psychology 39 (1999): 3-36.
14 Geiger Argues that Dyslexics See too Much

Geiger, Gad, Jerome Y. Lettvin, and Olga Zegarra-Moran. "Task-determined strategies of visual process." Cognitive Brain Research 1 (1992): 39-52.

Geiger, Gad, and Jerome Y. Lettvin. "Developmental Dyslexia: a Different Perceptual Strategy and How to Learn a New Strategy for Reading." Child Development and Disabilities 26, no. 1 (2000): 73-89.

15 Kirby Speculates on the Emergence of Syntax Sutherland Calls for Courage

Kirby, Simon. "Language evolution without natural selection: From vocabulary to syntax in a population of learners." Edinburgh Occasional Papers in Linguistics, EOPL-98-1, 1998.

Sutherland, Ivan. "Technology and Courage." Sun Labs Perspectives Essay Series, Perspectives-96-1, April 1996.

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17 Gentner Recalls the Importance of Analogy Gentner, Dedre, and Arthur B. Markman. "Structure mapping in analogy and similarity." American Psychologist 52 (1997): 45-56.
18 Larson Grounds Symbols in Perception

Buy at Amazon Larson, Stephen D. "Intrinsic Representation: Bootstrapping Symbols From Experience." In Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3060. New York, NY: Springer, 2004, pp. 202-216. ISBN: 3540220046.

———. "Intrinsic Representation: Bootstrapping Symbols From Experience." MEng Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2003.

19 Yuret Lays a Foundation for Language Semantics Yuret, Deniz. "Lexical Attraction Models of Language." MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Cambridge, MA, 1998.
20 Yip and Sussman Use Sparse Spaces to Model Learning of Phonological Rules Yip, Kenneth, and Gerald Jay Sussman. "Sparse Representations for Fast, One-Shot Learning." Technical Report 1633, MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, May 1998.
21 Finlayson Announces the Goldilocks Principle Finlayson, Mark A., and Patrick H. Winston. "Analogical Retrieval via Intermediate Features: The Goldilocks Principle." MIT CSAIL Technical Report 2006-071.
22 Winston Attacks Laird

Langley, Pat, and John E. Laird. "Cognitive Architectures: Research Issues and Challenges." Technical Report, Institute for the Study of Learning and Expertise, Palo Alto, CA, 2002.

Anderson, John. "ACT: A Simple Theory of Complex Cognition." American Psychologist 51 (1996): 355-365.

23 Sur Rewires brains

Sur, Mriganka, Sarah L. Pallas, and Anna W. Roe. "Cross-modal plasticity in cortical development: differentiation and specification sensory cortex." Trends in Neurosciences 13, no. 6 (June 1990): 227-233.

von Melchner, Laurie, Sarah L. Pallas, and Mrganka Sur. "Visual behavior mediated by retinal projections directed to the auditory pathway." Nature 404 (April 2000): 871-876.

24 Coen Perceives Work Together-Win Together Theme Coen, Michael. "Multimodal Dynamics: Self-Supervised Learning in Perceptual and Motor Systems." Chapter 1 and 3 of PhD Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2006.
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