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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Could artificial intelligence kill us off? by Bella Bathurst

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Bella Bathurst,

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin foresaw a disembodied intelligence very like the internet. 

The British Turing Bombe machine was the brainchild of mathematical genius' Alan Turing and Gordon Welchman, and enabled Bletchley Park's Cryptographers to decode over 3000 enemy messages a day breaking the codes created by German military Enigma machine during the Second World War. 

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