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  • A city of southeast Brazil north-northwest of São Paulo. It is a processing center in an agricultural region. Population: 549,000.

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  • And giving him a completely transparent different name doesn't help when the circumstances are so obvious that you might as well write an introduction saying, "THIS DUDE IS ACTUALLY CS LEWIS AND THIS OTHER ONE IS ALAN TURING EVERYBODY GOT THAT OKAY THANKS."

    mrissa: Books read, late January

  • Thus an understandable (where it's understandable how we would understand it – not just some far-flung in the future TO-BE-UNDERSTANDABLE when we have bubblecars and helical roads spiraling up buildings) model of thought is a TURING one.

    A Useless Critic

  • You can get also get information there about Dr. Epstein's new book on artificial intelligence, PARSING THE TURING TEST:

    WN.com - Financial News

  • Update: That is TURING Tarpit, as in Turing Completeness, not TURNING tarpit, as it is spelled in the title.

    Planet TW

  • THE TURING TEST: Alan Turing (seen in this statue at Bletchley Park) brought us the Turing Test, still the holy grail of AI researchers

    ACM TechNews

  • You can get also get information there about Dr. Epstein's new book on artificial intelligence, PARSING THE TURING TEST: PHILOSOPHICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN

    WN.com - Financial News

  • ABOUT JALGAON PLANT J ALG AON UNIT IS H AVING MANUF AC TURING F ACILITY FOR EDIBLE OIL.

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  • THE ANNOTATED TURING: A Guided Tour through Alan Turing's Historic Paper on Computability and the Turing Machine.

    American Scientist Online

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