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yovisto blog: Joseph Weizenbaum and his famous Eliza

yovisto blog: Joseph Weizenbaum and his famous Eliza

Why Is NASA Destroying Early Apollo Photos?- Stunning Answer - YouTube

Cydonia (region of Mars) - Small part of the Cydonia region, taken by the Viking 1 orbiter and released by NASA/JPL on July 1976

John Logie Baird was basically 'the father of television' as he invented the first television and was the first to demonstrate it in color as well. He was a Scottish engineer who also experimented with photography.

John Logie Baird FRSE was a Scottish engineer, innovator and inventor of the world's first mechanical television, the first publicly demonstrated colour television system and the first purely electronic colour television picture tube.

Spectacle maker & inventor of telescope-Hans Lipperhey........ (1570-1619)

Lippershey, Hans - was a German-Dutch lensmaker commonly associated with the invention of the telescope, although it is unclear if he was the first to build one.

"A man like me cannot live without a hobby-horse, a consuming passion — in Schiller's words a tyrant. I have found my tyrant, and in his service I know no limits. My tyrant is psychology. it has always been my distant, beckoning goal and now since I have hit upon the neuroses, it has come so much the nearer." - Sigmund Freud;   Letter to William Fless (1895), as quoted in Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences Vol 3-4 (1967) p. 159

On May Sigmund Freud was born, founder of modern Psychology and Psychoanalysis. As the father of Psychoanalysis, which dealt greater with subconscious motives to behavior, Sigmund Freud alone sculpted what modern psychology would become.

Noam Chomsky

The discussion centered around artificial intelligence, and how Chomsky feels the Singularity is not going to happen.

Dennis Ritchie - Wikipedia

On October computer scientist Dennis Ritchie, who designed the UNIX operating system as well as the C programming language, passed away

Elementary, Watson: The Rise of the Anthropomorphic Machine

Eric Siegel never thought he would experience a machine acting in a way that he would subjectively consider to be intelligent. IBM's Watson, however, changed.

Pierre de Fermat (1601 - 1665), French lawyer and amateur mathematician famous for his research in number theory, analytical geometry and probability theory

Pierre de Fermat - French lawyer and amateur mathematician famous for his research in number theory, analytical geometry and probability theory

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