TURING CENTENARY CONFERENCE
CiE 2012 - How the World Computes

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Special Sessions

Special Sessions

Cryptography, Complexity, and Randomness

Chairs - Rod Downey and Jack Lutz

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The Turing Test and Thinking Machines

Chairs - Mark Bishop and Rineke Verbrugge

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Computational Models After Turing: The Church-Turing Thesis and Beyond

Chairs - Martin Davis and Wilfried Sieg

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Morphogenesis/Emergence as a Computability Theoretic Phenomenon

Chairs - Philip Maini and Peter Sloot

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Open Problems in the Philosophy of Information

Chairs: Pieter Adriaans and Benedikt Löwe

Speakers:


  • Patrick Allo (Vrije Universiteit Brussel): Information and Logical Discrimination
  • Luís Antunes (Porto University): Robustness of Logical Depth
  • Mark Finlayson (M.I.T.): Sets of Signals, Information Flow, and Folktales
  • Amos Golan (American University, Washington DC): On the Foundations and Philosophy of Info-Metrics
  • Ruth Millikan (University of Connecticut): Natural Information
  • + Panel Discussion on Future Directions


The Universal Turing Machine, and History of the Computer

Chairs - Jack Copeland and John Tucker

Speakers:



The Alan Turing Year ASL Cambridge University Cambridge University Press Computability in Europe the source site ELsevier EACSL EATCS IET IFCoLog IOS Press Isaac Newton Institute King's College, Cambridge Microsoft Research Cambridge Science AAAS Springer


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