computer scientist


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a scientist who specializes in the theory of computation and the design of computers

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Steyer becomes the first medical computer scientist from the software industry to become chairman of the association.
Just two hours and 10 minutes into the game, the grand master leaned toward Feng-Hsiung Hsu, IBM computer scientist and chess piece handler for Deep Blue, and offered a draw.
A computer scientist has shown that hackers could hack and disable important systems of cars using dongles that are used by insurance companies to monitor driving behaviour.
But nearly every computer scientist will have a different prediction for when and how the singularity will happen.
Summary: A Northern Ireland computer scientist is helping to revolutionise American space exploration.
17 Science, computer scientist Josh Bongard of the University of Vermont in Burlington and his colleagues describe a starfishlike, ambulatory machine that they created.
A computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon, he and Todd Mowry of Intel came up with the idea for claytronics several years ago.
Tunde Adegbola, a Nigerian computer scientist and linguist says, "We can use technology to preserve these so-called minority languages.
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