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Christos Papadimitriou ‘Imitation Game’ honors my hero, Alan Turing, world-changer persecuted in his time

In 1936 a young man of 24 years took a long walk in the crisp air of the Cambridgeshire spring, and during that walk had an idea that changed the world. The idea was his answer to a question whose time had come: “What is a computer?”

The young man was … More >

Dana Buntrock Software for study and simulation – and often free (Workshop 4)

This is one of a series of posts on an energy conservation workshop a group of us from Berkeley offered in Tokyo June 23-26.

In my last post, I noted that we brought a number of tools to measure light levels, heat, and air movement. Many of these are in … More >

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