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The Degradation of the Turing Test

The Turing Test from Alan Turing was proposed as a test of an intelligent system. Could a human determine if the other party in a conversation was a machine? This was an interesting way of imagining how powerful a computer … Continue reading

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The Computing Revolution

One of the keynotes at this year’s Build conference was on the Future of Tech. This was a mix of live talk and recorded pieces from Kevin Scott, CTO at Microsoft. This talk looks at the innovation of tech, with … Continue reading

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Smarter Design

I have build a lot of PowerPoint decks over the years. Many of presentations, some for explaining a process, and once in awhile, I use it to create an image that’s simple, but beyond my skills. Even putting some geometric … Continue reading

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Giving Computers Ethics

I was reading a fascinating paper recently about autonomous cars. I’m actually excited about having a car that can drive itself, though I think this is likely quite a few years away, despite the hype. Ever since I read Red Thunder, … Continue reading

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