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Move 37: Artificial Intelligence, Randomness and Creativity: Part 2 •

by John Menick “One of the pictures is of a photograph of a painting by Piet Mondrian while the other is a photograph of a drawing made by an IBM 7094 digital computer. Which of the two do you think was done by a computer?” “The unconscious is inexhaustible and uncontrollable. Its …

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An image speaking the truth

A conversation with Richard Saul Wurman about his unorthodox way of working – and an obsession with understanding the world a little better

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An image speaking the truth

A conversation with Richard Saul Wurman about his unorthodox way of working – and an obsession with understanding the world a little better

Joseph R. Passoneau, Richard Saul Wurman, Urban Atlas – 20 American cities, MIT Press (Cambridge, Photography by Nicolas Polli Speak The Truth, Cambridge, Joseph, Cities, Urban, American, Photography, Image, Photograph

An image speaking the truth

A conversation with Richard Saul Wurman about his unorthodox way of working – and an obsession with understanding the world a little better

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Communication 101: Information Theory Made REALLY SIMPLE

Claude Shannon's 1948 paper "A Mathematical Theory of Communication" is the paper that made the digital world we live in possible. Scientific American

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Communication 101: Information Theory Made REALLY SIMPLE

Claude Shannon's 1948 paper "A Mathematical Theory of Communication" is the paper that made the digital world we live in possible. Scientific American

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Communication 101: Information Theory Made REALLY SIMPLE

Claude Shannon's 1948 paper "A Mathematical Theory of Communication" is the paper that made the digital world we live in possible. Scientific American

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Move 37: Artificial Intelligence, Randomness and Creativity: Part 2 •

by John Menick “One of the pictures is of a photograph of a painting by Piet Mondrian while the other is a photograph of a drawing made by an IBM 7094 digital computer. Which of the two do you think was done by a computer?” “The unconscious is inexhaustible and uncontrollable. Its …