Author and editor keynote speaker for Krause lecture

Author and editor keynote speaker for Krause lecture
After the war, Turing make significant contributions to the fields of logic, computer science and psychology. One such example is his now famous "Turing Test," in which he posed the question: "Would it be possible to program a computer sophisticated …
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Will D-Wave Render Intel Obsolete?
At the same time a German scientist, Konrad Zuse was developing an early computer, the Z1; Zuse continued to advance his early computer designs, as Turing developed a machine, the bombe, to break German codes, for the British. Simultaneously, a Harvard …
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Might computers one day fall in love?
This stands for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart. This is similar to online human verification, where web pages ask users to type in letters and numbers to verify that they are human and not an automated …
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