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Dijkstra's Rallying Cry for Generalization
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Is the hype about 'self-driving cars' finally over?
Sociotechnical Systems :: from Brian Cantwell Smith and Michael Jackson to Nancy Leveson
Vindicating Turing and von Neumann?
Don't Conflate Turing Machines and Dishwashers (warns Edward A. Lee)
Cars that really do crash, autonomously
Lecture 2: "An Impossible Program: from Turing to Strachey"
Lecture 1: "Bye Bye Turing Hype"
Chapter 1 of Turing Tales
An Exercise in Unplugging the Church-Turing Thesis [Part 2]
An Exercise in Unplugging the Church-Turing Thesis [Part 1]
Freely Available: 2015 paper on Turing's legacy
Book Announcement :: Arthur C. Fleck :: 2018
Cars and Automatic Programming
Writing Assignment at Siegen University
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McCarthy and Shapiro (1987)
Common Sense on Self-Driving Cars
Dijkstra and 100% correctness (1993)
corner cases remain problematic, also with deep learning
what do you think I'm going to say? :-)
Boyer & Moore
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Algorithmic Barriers Falling: P=NP?
The Dawn of Software Engineering
The Essential Knuth