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Marvin Minsky DL Author Profile link

United States – 1969
Additional Materials

Oral Interviews and Programs

Minsky has done a program, for BBC Radio, concerned with human emotions. The BBC describes the content of this 20 minute program as:

What are emotions? Why do we have them? Why does music spark them off? Marvin Minsky, the 'father of artificial intelligence' (and a big fan of Beethoven) talks to Chris Maslanka about his compelling new theory of human emotions.

An mp3 audio version of this program is available here.

An oral history interview transcript with Minsky from the Charles Babbage Institute is available here

Minsky gave a TEDtalk entitle "Health, Population, and the Human Mind" that can be accessed here.