Implicit-structured representations causally effective
Trained networks can transform distributed representations of passive sentences into active voice and vice versa—exhibiting systematicity and showing that the implicit structure of their representations can be causally effective in processing.
David Chalmers (1990b).

Artificial Intelligence »Artificial Intelligence
Can computers think? [1] »Can computers think? [1]
Yes: connectionist networks can think [5a] »Yes: connectionist networks can think [5a]
The Connectionist Dilemma »The Connectionist Dilemma
Connectionist representations avoid the dilemma »Connectionist representations avoid the dilemma
Tensor product representations »Tensor product representations
Constituents lack causal powers »Constituents lack causal powers
Implicit-structured representations causally effective
The RAAM network »The RAAM network
Chalmers's representations lack syntactic structure »Chalmers's representations lack syntactic structure
David Chalmers »David Chalmers
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