Bletchley Park Trust
The Imitation Game, Artificial Intelligence and the Human Mind
|Date||Thursday 25 Aug 2005|
|Speaker||Professor Jack Copeland, Director of the Turing Archive for the History of Computing.|
The Mansion, Bletchley Park.
The origins of Artificial Intelligence can be traced back to the wartime work of Alan Turing on the Enigma code at Bletchley Park, and Professor Copeland will track the evolution of Turing's thinking about computer intelligence, from his early wartime investigations through to his famous 1950 publication 'Computing Machinery and Intelligence'.
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