Chris Veltri, proprietor of San Francisco's legendary Groove Merchant record shop, posted this astounding artifact to his Instagram wunderkammer of outré culture paper ephemera @collagedropoutsf! It's a poster for a lecture by artificial intelligence pioneer Herbert Simon that took place at UC Berkeley in 1974. The speech was titled "How Man and Computers Understand Language."
Far fucking out.
Arthur C. Clarke forecasts the future in 1974. We’ve come a long way. Kinda. (via r/ObscureMedia)
More than 200 engineers at Google are said to be preparing a ‘women’s walk’, in which people walk out of work, after claims that the company protected sexual harasser executives, and offered them generous payouts.
MEPs in European Parliament want Facebook to submit to a full audit by European Union bodies to determine whether the U.S. based social media company adequately protects users’ personal data. The demand made in the form of an EU resolution adopted Thursday, October 25, 2018, follows the company’s recent breach scandal, in which data belonging […]
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