Turing, London, and Information Theory

In this one-page contribution to the first London Symposium on Information Theory, Alan Turing discusses learning as opposed to programming, the role of computational complexity in information theory, and genetic algorithms — in 1950.

(with thanks to Deniz Gündüz)

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