Psychological Studies and Artificial Intelligence

  • Martin Ringle


This paper argues for the position that experimental human studies are relevant to most facets of AI research and that closer ties between AI and experimental psychology will enhance the development of booth the principles of artificial intelligence and their implementation in computers. Raising psychological assumptions from the level of ad hoc intuitions to the level of systematic empirical observation, in the long run, will improve the quality of AI research and help to integrate it with related studies in other disciplines.
How to Cite
Ringle, M. (1983). Psychological Studies and Artificial Intelligence. AI Magazine, 4(1), 37.