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“History Is Expanding” For One Thousand, Alex: Jeopardy, Part II

The decade of the 1980s was definitely very different from the 1990s, right? The ’80s are still known for bad hair and fashion and questionable musical tastes. The ’90s are known for all those things too, but both decades definitely … Continue reading

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“History Is Expanding” For One Thousand, Alex: Part I

The Turing Test was first concocted in the early 1950s by computer theorist and visionary Alan Turing. The test was designed to answer the question “Can computers think?” In one version, an inquisitor sits before a panel and asks questions … Continue reading

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Never Predict the End of the World. . . Twice: 5 Things 2011 Taught Us About Tomorrow

We are all living in the sonic boom of acceleration. It’s created when the bullwhip cracks, temporarily breaking the sound barrier. These little snaps are all around us now. 2011 saw the death of Apple Computer’s co-creator and visionary Steve … Continue reading

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