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Minsky talks about life, love in the age of artificial intelligence

December 4, 2006

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Computer science professor Marvin Minsky of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is known for feats that range from inventing the ultrahigh-resolution confocal microscope to helping found the field of artificial intelligence, which aims to create computers that mimic the human mind. (Full article: 829 words)

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