Amnon

Amnon H. Eden

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Though it is true that science can be bent to evil ends, it is more often the case that injustice creeps in through the cracks of our ignorance. [A.L.]

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Software design theory & practice

Codecharts book

LePUS3 and Class-Z

Software Design for Security

Round-Trip Software Engineering

The Two-Tier Programming Model

The Two-Tier Programming Toolkit

The Intention/Locality Hypothesis

The Intension/Locality Hierarchy

Artificial Intelligence

Singularity Hypotheses

A significant advance in singularity scholarship Ted Goertzel, Rutgers University

The best introduction I know to some profound debates about our future as a species David Christian, Macquarie University

Riveting ... [insightful commentaries on the] continuing co-evolution of computing and humanity Grady Booch, IBM Research

A remarkably thorough survey of contemporary expert thinking concerning the technological singularity Aubrey de Grey, IEET & SENS Foundation

A valuable overview of the singularity debate Terry Winograd, Stanford University

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Machine Learning

Philosophy of computer science

Philosophy of Computer Science, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Journal of Applied Logic, Special Issue on the PCS Minds and Machines