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Jack Christensen

May 28, 1936 - English mathematician Alan Turing introduced the Turing machine, a basic abstract symbol-manipulating device that can simulate the logic of any computer algorithm.

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He's still dead, right? Not re-incarnated as IBM's Watson or something?
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Jack Christensen


He's still dead, right? Not re-incarnated as IBM's Watson or something?


LOL last I checked, but there might be a good conspiracy theory there to start :D
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