The Origin of Computable Numbers: A Tale of Two Classics
published: Aug. 17, 2012, recorded: July 2012, views: 793
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Turing, like Darwin, transformed scientific and human culture through a singularly disruptive work written in a brilliantly self-conscious style. I shall recount the stories of these two classics, concluding with certain unexpected connections between computational ideas and evolution.
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