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The New Statesman
Why the left shouldn’t abandon freedom of movementcountry’s history is based on individual ingenuity and collective endeavor. We
Why the left shouldn’t abandon freedom of movement
The New Statesman / Posted 17 hours ago
country’s history is based on individual ingenuity and collective endeavor. We are the country of Ada Lovelace, Alan Turing and Tim Berners-Lee, the land of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Sarah Guppy of George Stephenson and Eric... Read more
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Daily Mirror
17 things we learned from Jeremy Corbyn's speech to Labour Party Conference 2016over the longer-term," he said. Getty Images4. And 3% of GDP spent on research
17 things we learned from Jeremy Corbyn's speech to Labour Party Conference 2016
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
over the longer-term," he said. Getty Images4. And 3% of GDP spent on research "We are the country of Ada Lovelace, Alan Turing and Tim Berners-Lee, the land of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Sarah Guppy, of George Stephenson and Eric... Read more
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The New Statesman
Jeremy Corbyn's full speech at the 2016 Labour party conferencecountry’s history is based on individual ingenuity and collective endeavor. We
Jeremy Corbyn's full speech at the 2016 Labour party conference
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
country’s history is based on individual ingenuity and collective endeavor. We are the country of Ada Lovelace, Alan Turing and Tim Berners-Lee, the land of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Sarah Guppy of George Stephenson and Eric... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party Conference speech in fullcountry’s history is based on individual ingenuity and collective endeavor. We
Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party Conference speech in full
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
country’s history is based on individual ingenuity and collective endeavor. We are the country of Ada Lovelace, Alan Turing and Tim Berners-Lee, the land of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Sarah Guppy of George Stephenson and Eric... Read more
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International Business Times
Read Jeremy Corbyn's full speech at Labour's 2016 conference in Liverpoolcountry's history is based on individual ingenuity and collective endeavor. We
Read Jeremy Corbyn's full speech at Labour's 2016 conference in Liverpool
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
country's history is based on individual ingenuity and collective endeavor. We are the country of Ada Lovelace, Alan Turing and Tim Berners-Lee, the land of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and Sarah Guppy of George Stephenson and Eric... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Had enough of the violence? - Northland Age Newsas they have always been. Related ContentRocket launch site officially openedK
Had enough of the violence? - Northland Age News
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
as they have always been. Related ContentRocket launch site officially openedKiwi researchers make musical breakthrough on Alan Turing machineMaori Party won't rule out walking away from National over Kermadec sanctuary Bereft of ideas, and of the... Read more
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CNET
Alan TuringBletchley Park in 360: See inside Britain's Enigma-breaking HQ What is the Tur
Alan Turing
CNET / Posted yesterday
Bletchley Park in 360: See inside Britain's Enigma-breaking HQ What is the Turing Test? Rare journal shows his genius at work Cumberbatch talks Doctor Strange and seeing Turing in Apple logos How ushered in modern... Read more
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dna
World's first recorded computer music restoredmusic, created over 65 years ago using programming techniques devised by pionee
World's first recorded computer music restored
dna / Posted 2 days ago
music, created over 65 years ago using programming techniques devised by pioneering British computer scientist Alan Turing. In 1951, a BBC outside-broadcast unit in Manchester in the UK used a portable acetate disc cutter to capture... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Alyssa Rosenberg: Harrowing Netflix film challenges our knee-jerk ideas about social media and bullying'girlfriend' roleDrake has released short film inspired by his album, ViewsKiwi
Alyssa Rosenberg: Harrowing Netflix film challenges our knee-jerk ideas about social media and bullying
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
'girlfriend' roleDrake has released short film inspired by his album, ViewsKiwi researchers make musical breakthrough on Alan Turing machine Prosecutors initially charged Barnett with sexual assault, but those charges were dropped. He eventually... Read more
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asianage
World’s 1st recorded computer music restoredmusic, created over 65 years ago using programming techniques devised by pionee
World’s 1st recorded computer music restored
asianage / Posted 2 days ago
music, created over 65 years ago using programming techniques devised by pioneering British computer scientist Alan Turing. In 1951, a BBC outside-broadcast unit in Manchester in the UK used a portable acetate disc cutter to capture... Read more
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asianage
World's 1st recorded computer music restoredmusic, created over 65 years ago using programming techniques devised by pionee
World's 1st recorded computer music restored
asianage / Posted 2 days ago
music, created over 65 years ago using programming techniques devised by pioneering British computer scientist Alan Turing. In 1951, a BBC outside-broadcast unit in Manchester in the UK used a portable acetate disc cutter to capture... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kiwi researchers make musical breakthrough on Alan Turing machinerestored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a
Kiwi researchers make musical breakthrough on Alan Turing machine
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing. The aural artefact, which paved the way for everything from synthesizers to modern electronica, opens with a... Read more
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Mashable
Scientist restore first sweet tunes generated by a computerWhat's This?Alan Turing (1912-1954) was a code-breaker and , perhaps, the fathe
Scientist restore first sweet tunes generated by a computer
Mashable / Posted 3 days ago
What's This?Alan Turing (1912-1954) was a code-breaker and , perhaps, the father of synthesized music. Image: Heritage Images/Getty Images There's something remarkable about hearing the first, sweet and slightly tortured tones conducted entirely... Read more
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dna
Researchers restore first ever computer music recording made by Turingrestored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a
Researchers restore first ever computer music recording made by Turing
dna / Posted 3 days ago
restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing. The aural artefact, which paved the way for everything from synthesizers to modern electronica, opens with a... Read more
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The Register
Earliest ever recording of computer-generated music is restorednewspaper and the researchers claim the music was played "on a gigantic contrap
Earliest ever recording of computer-generated music is restored
The Register / Posted 3 days ago
newspaper and the researchers claim the music was played "on a gigantic contraption built by the British computer scientist Alan Turing", although the Ferranti Mark 1, the world's first commercially available general-purpose computer, was designed... Read more
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New Kerala
Scientists restore first recording of computer music - newkerala.com #124006cutter to capture three melodies played by a primeval computer. This gigantic c
Scientists restore first recording of computer music - newkerala.com #124006
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
cutter to capture three melodies played by a primeval computer. This gigantic computer filled much of the ground floor of Alan Turing's Computing Machine Laboratory. Today, all that remains of the recording session is a 12-inch single-sided... Read more
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The Register
Turing, Hauser, Sinclair – haunt computing's Cambridge A-team stamping groundIT angle but it is one of the most beautiful buildings on earth – then walk out
Turing, Hauser, Sinclair – haunt computing's Cambridge A-team stamping ground
The Register / Posted 3 days ago
IT angle but it is one of the most beautiful buildings on earth – then walk out into the front court (point 3). In 1931, Alan Turing arrived at King’s College to study mathematics, graduating as one of the top students in his year. In March 1935... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers restore first ever computer music recordingrestored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a
Researchers restore first ever computer music recording
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing. The aural artefact, which paved the way for everything from synthesizers to modern electronica, opens with a... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Researchers restore first ever computer music recordingrestored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a
Researchers restore first ever computer music recording
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 3 days ago
restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing. University of Canterbury alumni composer Jason Long (L) and professor Jack Copeland pose for a photo in... Read more
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CTV News
Researchers restore first ever computer music recordingrestored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a
Researchers restore first ever computer music recording
CTV News / Posted 3 days ago
restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing. The aural artefact, which paved the way for everything from synthesizers to modern electronica, opens with a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Life inside Bletchley Park: working with Colossuswas mapped by a man named Bill Tutte and created to translate the German cipher
Life inside Bletchley Park: working with Colossus
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
was mapped by a man named Bill Tutte and created to translate the German cipher Lorenz machines. "We only ever hear about [Alan] Turing," she said. "Tutte didn't see a Lorenz machine, he made one [Colossus] entirely from the results of the codes... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Researchers restore first ever computer music recording generated on Alan Turing's computer New Zealand researchers have restored the
Researchers restore first ever computer music recording
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
generated on Alan Turing's computer New Zealand researchers have restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Researchers restore first ever computer music recordingrestored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a
Researchers restore first ever computer music recording
Manila Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing. The aural artefact, which paved the way for everything from synthesizers to modern electronica, opens with a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
How a former farm became the future of workplace innovationfor catnaps and oversized armchairs for lounging. The meeting room and computer
How a former farm became the future of workplace innovation
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
for catnaps and oversized armchairs for lounging. The meeting room and computer labs are named after visionary engineers (Alan Turing, Steve Wozniak) and populated with Eiffel and bentwood chairs. “The main element of the whole project is the... Read more
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Daily Mail
The WWII code-breakers who took on the Russianshad had their day, but as Sinclair McKay reveals, quite the reverse proved to b
The WWII code-breakers who took on the Russians
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
had had their day, but as Sinclair McKay reveals, quite the reverse proved to be the case. Code Queen: Codebreaker Alan Turing’s former fiancee Joan Clarke (played by Keira Knightley in the film The Imitation Game) The need for snooping on... Read more
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Mashable
Thousands of gay men could finally be pardoned for historical 'offences'What's This?Alan Turing (1912-1954) committed suicide two years after his convi
Thousands of gay men could finally be pardoned for historical 'offences'
Mashable / Posted 7 days ago
What's This?Alan Turing (1912-1954) committed suicide two years after his conviction for an affair with a man. Image: Heritage Images/Getty Images LONDON — Theresa May's government is "committed" to a law that would pardon thousands of gay men... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Alan Turing statue dressed in denim for Jeans for Genes dayHe was known for his sharp mind rather than his sense of style, but Manchester’
Alan Turing statue dressed in denim for Jeans for Genes day
Manchester Evening News / Posted 7 days ago
He was known for his sharp mind rather than his sense of style, but Manchester’s statue of Alan Turing has been dressed in double denim to support sufferers of genetic disorders. The statue of computer scientist and code-cracker Turing, who attended... Read more
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Slate
How Jackie and Barry Both Shore Up and Subvert the Important Person Biopic Templateads in the leadup to awards season for 2014’s The Imitation Game, based on the
How Jackie and Barry Both Shore Up and Subvert the Important Person Biopic Template
Slate / Posted 8 days ago
ads in the leadup to awards season for 2014’s The Imitation Game, based on the story of World War II codebreaker Alan Turing, reading “Honor the man. Honor the film,” it was merely stating upfront what other, less awards-thirsty studios... Read more
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The Register
Indefatigable WikiBots keep Wikipedia battles going long after humans give up and go homefor years, it seems – and Portuguese bots are the most tenacious. A group of r
Indefatigable WikiBots keep Wikipedia battles going long after humans give up and go home
The Register / Posted 8 days ago
for years, it seems – and Portuguese bots are the most tenacious. A group of researchers from Oxford University and the Alan Turing Institute in London say once Wikipedia bots get into a disagreement, they spend years reverting each others'... Read more
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guardian-series
East End author is delving into the minds of the Cold War codebreakersstandout cryptanalyst from the era was a woman named Joan Clarke. He says: "Th
East End author is delving into the minds of the Cold War codebreakers
guardian-series / Posted 10 days ago
standout cryptanalyst from the era was a woman named Joan Clarke. He says: "The most famous of the lot is of course Alan Turing, who even has The Imitation Game film out about him. "However, the point of my book is to show that there were... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Chatterbots show their human side in AI testcomputer has ever triumphed at the Loebner Prize - a version of the Turing Test
Chatterbots show their human side in AI test
Sky News Australia / Posted 10 days ago
computer has ever triumphed at the Loebner Prize - a version of the Turing Test, first proposed by the computer scientist Alan Turing, who worked at Bletchley codebreaking during World War Two. But the chatterbots are coming on strong. "It's... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of ComputingAn easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britai
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of Computing
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
An easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britain's wartime code breaking than Alan Turing's battle with the Nazi Enigma machine. There are plenty of cool nerdy places to visit in London, from the British Library to... Read more
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WA Today
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of ComputingAn easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britai
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of Computing
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
An easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britain's wartime code breaking than Alan Turing's battle with the Nazi Enigma machine. There are plenty of cool nerdy places to visit in London, from the British Library to... Read more
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The Age
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of ComputingAn easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britai
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of Computing
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
An easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britain's wartime code breaking than Alan Turing's battle with the Nazi Enigma machine. There are plenty of cool nerdy places to visit in London, from the British Library to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of ComputingAn easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britai
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of Computing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
An easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britain's wartime code breaking than Alan Turing's battle with the Nazi Enigma machine. There are plenty of cool nerdy places to visit in London, from the British Library to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of ComputingAn easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britai
Geek Pilgrimage: Bletchley Park and The National Museum of Computing
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
An easy day trip from London, Bletchley Park reveals there's far more to Britain's wartime code breaking than Alan Turing's battle with the Nazi Enigma machine. There are plenty of cool nerdy places to visit in London, from the British Library to... Read more
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Herald-Journal.com
Mark Ollig Column - warning of the dangers of arming robots with weaponry, and of a potential “glob
Mark Ollig Column -
Herald-Journal.com / Posted 11 days ago
warning of the dangers of arming robots with weaponry, and of a potential “global AI arms race.” Famed mathematician Alan Turing may have influenced Hawking’s opinions. “There would be plenty to do, trying to understand what the machines... Read more
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SKY News
Chatterbots bid to show their human sidecomputer has ever triumphed at the Loebner Prize - a version of the Turing Test
Chatterbots bid to show their human side
SKY News / Posted 12 days ago
computer has ever triumphed at the Loebner Prize - a version of the Turing Test, first proposed by the computer scientist Alan Turing, who worked at Bletchley codebreaking during World War Two. But the chatterbots are coming on strong. Steve... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Is the cosmic distance ladder flawed?“We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs
Is the cosmic distance ladder flawed?
ScienceBlogs / Posted 15 days ago
“We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done.” -Alan Turing The Cosmic Microwave Background data gave us an unprecedented picture of our Universe in terms of accuracy, with the latest Planck results... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Religious freedom and free speechit soo abundant in nature? After all, you wouldn’t be reading this if it wasn’
Religious freedom and free speech
News 24 South Africa / Posted 16 days ago
it soo abundant in nature? After all, you wouldn’t be reading this if it wasn’t for the English genius and mathematician, Alan Turing, who created one of the first computers and helped to win World War II. For engaging in homosexual acts he was... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Bronze statue of Alan Turing 'covered' in wax after Manchester Pride celebrationsA bronze statue of Alan Turing in the city centre has been left ‘covered’ in wa
Bronze statue of Alan Turing 'covered' in wax after Manchester Pride celebrations
Manchester Evening News / Posted 17 days ago
A bronze statue of Alan Turing in the city centre has been left ‘covered’ in wax after Manchester Pride more than two weeks ago. A candlelit vigil is held during the weekend-long celebrations at Sackville Street Gardens to remember those lost to the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Conformity is Deathbeing of Japanese descent. Judge Lynch and Jim Crow still ruled in the former C
Conformity is Death
Op-Ed News / Posted 17 days ago
being of Japanese descent. Judge Lynch and Jim Crow still ruled in the former Confederacy and elsewhere. In Great Britain, Alan Turing, the man whose machines would crack Germany's Enigma code machines, would have been immediately arrested and... Read more
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Game Informer
The Turing Test Review – Twisting The MindIn 1950, an English computer scientist named Alan Turing conducted an experimen
The Turing Test Review – Twisting The Mind
Game Informer / Posted 19 days ago
In 1950, an English computer scientist named Alan Turing conducted an experiment to determine if a machine could exhibit lifelike-like behavior and fool someone into thinking it was human. He believed we would one day create such a being. His quiz... Read more
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Londonist
Spirit Of Alan Turing Haunts Paddington BridgeThere's a new piece of public art in Paddington, and it's all rather geeky. Th
Spirit Of Alan Turing Haunts Paddington Bridge
Londonist / Posted 22 days ago
There's a new piece of public art in Paddington, and it's all rather geeky. The new installation commemorates Alan Turing, the computer pioneer and codebreaker who was born in nearby Maida Vale in 1912. A bank of black boxes stack up beneath the... Read more
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Game Informer
Science-Fiction Weekly – The Turing Test, Livelock, The Final Stationadvancements of technology and the dangers they possess. For those not in the k
Science-Fiction Weekly – The Turing Test, Livelock, The Final Station
Game Informer / Posted 22 days ago
advancements of technology and the dangers they possess. For those not in the know, the Turing Test is a test developed by Alan Turing in 1950 to see if a machine's logic could be believed as human. The game dives deeply into this idea, and applies... Read more
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Evening Standard
Sports Direct: the case for zero-hours contractscelebration of influential Londoners. The importance of the subject will be hig
Sports Direct: the case for zero-hours contracts
Evening Standard / Posted 23 days ago
celebration of influential Londoners. The importance of the subject will be highlighted by an artistic tribute to Alan Turing, the pioneering mathematician who was a central member of the team that cracked the Nazis’ Enigma code during the... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Will it ever be okay for people to have sex with robots?was invented at Manchester University by Tom Kilburn and Freddie Williams in 19
Will it ever be okay for people to have sex with robots?
Manchester Evening News / Posted 23 days ago
was invented at Manchester University by Tom Kilburn and Freddie Williams in 1948. And Manchester University mathematician Alan Turing famously devised a test for artificial intelligence known as the Turing Test, which would be passed when someone... Read more
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dna
UK researchers discover machines can learn by observingto look for. The discovery, by researchers at the University of Sheffield, is
UK researchers discover machines can learn by observing
dna / Posted 24 days ago
to look for. The discovery, by researchers at the University of Sheffield, is inspired by the work of computer scientist Alan Turing, who proposed a test which a machine could pass if it behaved indistinguishably from a human. In the test, an... Read more
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asianage
Machines can learn by simply observingto look for. The discovery, by researchers at the University of Sheffield, is
Machines can learn by simply observing
asianage / Posted 24 days ago
to look for. The discovery, by researchers at the University of Sheffield, is inspired by the work of computer scientist Alan Turing, who proposed a test which a machine could pass if it behaved indistinguishably from a human. In the test, an... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Strange but true: Is meditation as good as a holiday?predict, among other things, human behaviour. The study was inspired by a test
Strange but true: Is meditation as good as a holiday?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
predict, among other things, human behaviour. The study was inspired by a test developed by pioneering computer scientist Alan Turing to reveal how a given system worked. "In our case, we put a swarm of robots under surveillance and wanted to... Read more
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