2007/01/29

Computing, 2016: What Won’t Be Possible?

"Computer science is not only a comparatively young field, but also one that has had to prove it is really science. Skeptics in academia would often say that after Alan Turing described the concept of the ''universal machine'' in the late 1930's -- the idea that a computer in theory could be made to do the work of any kind of calculating machine, including the human brain -- all that remained to be done was mere engineering". Full story @ NY Times: Computing, 2016: What Won’t Be Possible?

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