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Intelligence Too Big For a Single Machine

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Larry Smarr, CITIT

Larry Smarr, a top computer scientist, says, the emerging global network will be the equivelent of a "planetary computer." The image on the screen is a map of the Global Lambda Integrated Facility, whose optical fibers connect computers at universities an

Credit: Sandy Huffaker for The New York Times

Ever since the computer scientist John McCarthy coined the term artificial intelligence in 1955, the field has gone through cycles of boundless optimism and sobering disillusion.

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