A computer’s ability to convincingly respond to questions like a person — thereby “passing” what has come to be known as the Turing Test — is widely regarded as a practical measure of artificial intelligence.

Last Lecture Series

The Last Lecture Series is inspired by Dr. Randy Pausch, diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, who delivered a last lecture, titled, “Achieving Your Childhood Dreams”. The Class of 2021 Council will feature two faculty members. Graham Knowles, Lecturer in the Archer Center will speak at 10am and Dr. Morgan Schaller, Associate Professor in Earth and Environmental Sciences will speak at 2pm.

Last Lecture Series

The Last Lecture Series is inspired by Dr. Randy Pausch, diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, who delivered a last lecture, titled, “Achieving Your Childhood Dreams”. The Class of 2021 Council will feature two faculty members. Graham Knowles, Lecturer in the Archer Center will speak at 10am and Dr. Morgan Schaller, Associate Professor in Earth and Environmental Sciences will speak at 2pm.

Especially during the holidays, online shopping can be overwhelming. Have you ever found yourself spending hours comparing nearly identical products, delving into details that don’t actually matter to you? Have you ever finally reached a decision only to find that the product you want is out of stock? Unfortunately, if so, there is a good chance you did not end up making the best choice.
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