Hal's Legacy: 2001's Computer as Dream and Reality

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Hal's Legacy: 2001's Computer as Dream and Reality. Ed. David G. Stork. Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 1997.

The highly impressive contents include a Foreword by Arthur C. Clarke; Preface: "The Best-Informed Dream: HAL and the Vision of 2001" by DGS; "Scientist on the Set: An Interview with Marvin Minsky by DGS; "Could We Build HAL? Supercomputer Design" by David J. Kuck "'Foolproof and incapable of error'? Reliable Computing and Fault Tolerance" by Ravishankar K. Iyer; "The Talking Computer: Text to Speech Synthesis" by Joseph P. Olive; "When Will HAL Understand What We Are Saying? Computer Speech Recognition and Understanding" by Raymond Kurzweil; "'I'm sorry, Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that'": How Could HAL Use Language?" by Roger C. Schank; "From 2001 to 2001: Common Sense and the Mind of HAL" by Douglas B. Lenat; "Eyes for Computers: How HAL Could 'See'" by Azriel Rosenfeld; "'I could see your lips move': HAL and Speechreading" by DGS; "Living in Space: Working with the Machines of the Future" by Donald A. Norman; "Does HAL Cry Digital Tears? Emotions and Computers" by Rosalind W. Picard; "'That's something I could not allow to happen': HAL and Planning" by David E. Wilkins; "When HAL Kills, Who's to Blame? Computer Ethics" by Daniel C. Dennett.