Computers and Automata (1953)

This paper discusses the recent developments in automata and non-numerical computation. It mentions the use of learning programs and the limitations of current machines in teaching them new things. The author believes that a “generalized” learning program is needed to enable operators to teach machines anything they choose. The paper also compares the brain with computers and highlights the differences between them, such as size and structural organization. The concept of Turing machines and logic machines is also discussed, showcasing their capabilities in solving problems related to computations and logical relations.

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