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Recording of the session titled "Artificial intelligence and micros" held at the fifth West Coast Computer Faire in San Francisco. The following papers were presented at this session: "Microcomputers and the design of contelligent systems," presented by Dean Gengle. "Artificial intelligence as applied to input and output in the office - or - making computers read and speak," presented by Art Derfall. "Solving the Shooting Stars Puzzle," presented by Joel Shprentz.
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