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dateMore Than a Year Ago
subjectComputers And Society
authorBertrand Meyer

Ten Traits of Exceptional Innovators
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Ten Traits of Exceptional Innovators

I have had the privilege of meeting, and in some cases closely interacting with, pioneer scientists, technologists, and entrepreneurs, including Nobel, Fields,...

The Real Problem With AI
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The Real Problem With AI

It's algorithms. And data. They can be wrong.

­Until the Craze Fades
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­Until the Craze Fades

Too much, perhaps, of a good thing?

End Anonymous Refereeing
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End Anonymous Refereeing

Who came up with this bizarre idea?

The Citadel and the Amusement Park
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The Citadel and the Amusement Park

There are two kinds of Web sites.

Just Press Reboot
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Just Press Reboot

Why does the press continue to talk about "computer problems"?

What's Your Research?
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What's Your Research?

Research is about solving problems.

The Robots Are Taking Over! (Perhaps Not Quite Yet)
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The Robots Are Taking Over! (Perhaps Not Quite Yet)

Programs fix themselves! Today! It's scary!

Computing: Art, Magic, Science
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Computing: Art, Magic, Science

A new EdX MOOC emphasizes abstractions, Design by Contract and software quality.

Software Engineering in the Venice of the North
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Software Engineering in the Venice of the North

ESEC-FSE 2013 (in Saint Petersburg,, 18-26 August) is the place to be for software engineering in 2013.

Conferences: Publication, Communication, Sanction
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Conferences: Publication, Communication, Sanction

Conferences have three roles; these roles should be separated.

The Modes and Uses of Scientific Publication
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The Modes and Uses of Scientific Publication

Publication is about helping the advancement of humankind. Let us take this basis for granted and look at the other, possibly less glamorous aspects. Publication...

The Nastiness Problem in Computer Science
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The Nastiness Problem in Computer Science

Are we malevolent grumps? Nothing personal, but as a community computer scientists sometimes seem to succumb to negativism.
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