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Artificial Intelligence is a brain child of Alan Turing and his universal programmable computer. During the 60's and 70's, AI researchers used computers for exploring intuitions about intelligence and for writing programs displaying intelligent behavior. A significant change occurred however in the 80's, as many AI researchers moved from the early AI paradigm of writing programs for ill-defined problems to writing solvers for well-defined mathematical models like Constraint Satisfactiondoi:10.3233/aic-130581 fatcat:wtyz2kqoe5el7dcj7pl7mgmbuy