The paper on "Unreasonable effectiveness of data" that I mentioned in the class is at
(the original Wigner paper on "unreasonable effectiveness of Mathematics in Physical Sciences" can be read at
The paper on "intelligence without representation"--by Brooks--written when Top Down approach was more in vogue--is at
(a related paper titled "Intelligence without robots" is also interesting--but again not as surprising given the amount of AI efforts directed to the web thesedays:
Here is a short paper on computational models of emotions and how they can be used
(Here is a talk I gave sometime back on "human-aware AI"
The Seinfeld episode where uncle leo's eyebrows cause miscued emotional recognition in his audience is at