Kay Kirkpatrick, University of Illinois Bio-Logic: New Views on Biology and Computation

Date: Time: 4:00 pm–4:50 pm
Avery Hall
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Abstract: We will discuss newly defined machines that out-perform Turing machines. In his unpublished 1948 paper, Intelligent Machinery, Alan Turing identified several types of machines, with one dichotomy that is false, between active and controlling machines. I’ll introduce a new kind of machine and define a subtype, an automatic biochemical machine, that is equivalent to a deterministic Turing machine with two oracle machines as adjuncts. Joint work with O. Osuagwu.

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Hosted by UN-L AMS Graduate Chapter

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