A trilogy, expressing the vision behind the work of the Genesis Group:

The Strong Story Hypothesis and the Directed Perception Hypothesis
The original vision, including a larger discussion of the Genesis System and a discussion of the role of Rao's vision system.
 author = "Patrick Henry Winston", 
 title = "The Strong Story Hypothesis and the Directed Perception Hypothesis", 
 booktitle = "Technical Report FS-11-01, Papers from the AAAI Fall Symposium", 
 publisher = "AAAI Press", 
 address = "Menlo Park, CA", 
 year = "2011", 
 editor = "Pat Langley", 
 pages ="345--352" 
The Right Way
The vision, with an emphasis on five methodological steps: identify the competence to be understood; formulate computational problems; propose computational solutions; develop an exploratory implementation; and crystalize emergent principles
 author = {Patrick Henry Winston}, 
 title = {The Right Way}, 
 journal = {Advances in Cognitive Systems}, 
 year = {2012}, 
 volume = "1", 
 pages ="23--36" 
The next 50 years: A personal view
The vision, with a review of history, discussion of Turing, and a focus on asking the right questions about how we are different from and the same as other primates.
 author = {Patrick Henry Winston}, 
 title = {The Next 50 Years: a Personal View}, 
 journal = {Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures}, 
 year = {2012}, 
 volume = "1" 
 pages ="92--99"