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Category Archives: Turing100
I suppose it’s a question that anyone would ask themselves, human or AI alike but, after five years of dedicated work, millions in investment and hundreds of man-years in intellectual capital, the last thing anyone had expected was failure in … Continue reading
by FREDERICA VON McTOAST-HYPHEN, Alternate Reality News Service People Culture Writer The animatronic, AI-enhanced head of Alan Turing has gone missing. “I wouldn’t worry too much about it,” said DCI Gene Hunt. “They tell me that Turing’s a smart lad, … Continue reading
“Hyperboloids of wondrous Light Rolling for aye through Space and Time Harbour those Waves which somehow Might Play out God’s holy pantomime.” -Alan Turing. His favourite story: Snow white and the way the witch in disguise handed her the poisoned … Continue reading
The scrape of chair legs, dimmed lights, a cough, the sound of rain against a window. “Please relax, I’m going to ask you a series of questions. Try and answer them as honestly as possible.” “Okay,” says the girl. “You’ve … Continue reading