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Five years ago, we lived in fear of the Japanese Fifth Generation Computer Project.
The Role of Logic Programming in the Fifth Generation Computer Project.
When the Japanese Fifth Generation Computer project was launched in the early 1980s, data-processing professionals along with the world press were quick to appreciate the strategic goals and background ideas of the project which has since been referred to as "Japan's challenge.