Computer-aided thinking

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The effects of computer aided thinking (CAT) software on students' achievement and learning experience

Computer Aided Thinking

Tools for Thought by Howard Rheingold

It is up to us to decide whether or not computers will be our masters, our servants, or our partners.

It is up to us to decide what human means, and exactly how it is different from machine, and what tasks ought and ought not to be trusted to either species of symbol-processing system. But some decisions must be made soon, while the technology is still young. And the deciding must be shared by as many citizens as possible, not just the experts. In that sense, the most important factor in whether we will all see the dawn of a humane, sustainable world in the twenty-first century will be how we deal with these machines a few of us thought up and a lot of us will be using.



Computer-aided thinking by mapping text-objects into metric spaces

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Infrastructure Developent for Computer Aided Thinking

Computer Aided Thinking by Ir. Aw Kong Koy B.E. (Hons) Malaya, MIEM, P.Eng

Problem Solving - How your computer can help you think (video) VERY GOOD

Computer-aided thinking by mapping text-objects into metric spaces (dl.acm.org)

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Computer-Assisted Creative Thinking

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