Un cuento de robots : La hija cibernética de descartes
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Lacruz Mantecón, Miguel L.
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2021
French philosopher René Descartes is today valued as a forerunner of the studies of human mind, artificial intelligence and robotic systems. Throughout his work there are large references to automata and the possibility of artificial life, as well as an assessment of the differences between rational behavior of human beings and the purely mechanical of animals and automata. In addition to these references, there is a fable about the creation by the philosopher of an automaton that replicated his deceased daughter Francine, a story that is well known among the French and Anglo-Saxon specialists, but not so much in the Spanish ones, which is what settles this short work

    Lacruz Mantecón, Miguel L.. Un cuento de robots : La hija cibernética de descartes. En: Revista Boliviana de Derecho, 31 2021: 422-441

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