The Bank of England received 227,299 nominations from people suggesting figures from the world of science.
The policy is named in honor of World War II codebreaker Alan Turing.
As an answer to the question "Can machines think?" it is not a good test. In 1964 Joseph Weizenbaum created ELIZA, the first
The pardon plan has been dubbed “Turing’s Law.”
Ask a computer that can detect a million shades of red which one is the nicest. It has nothing to say. "Nice" is outside its logic.
Facebook has recently launched a limited beta of its ground-breaking AI assistant called M. M's capabilities far exceed those of any competing AI. Facebook employee David Marcus explained that M is, in fact, human-aided. However, M itself wouldn't admit it, so I tried to expose that human element.
The Bloody Mary? First concocted in a hotel. The heart-shaped tub? Well, some of us love them -- and they, too, were first introduced in a hotel.
Why is a general pardon bad history? The call for a royal pardon is incredibly ambiguous. It fails to take into account the full scope of same-sex sexual acts and behaviors that were criminalized, and therefore inevitably underestimates significantly the number of men impacted by various laws.
Directed by Jang Hee-Sun, My Fair Wedding is a curious, but ultimately triumphant documentary that was screened at CAAMFest 2015. Potential viewers should be aware that a huge amount of text is thrown up onto different parts of the screen so that, at times, it almost seems impossible to follow the film.
The legal technology industry has already picked some of the low hanging fruit of legal sub-processes, like company formation, will drafting, and legal research. Once we express legal formulations themselves in computational terms, figuring out the implications for a particular set of facts becomes a quick exercise in technology.
Moore -- who wrote the 2014 film that tells the story of Turing's contributions during World War II -- opened up about his