Macy Conferences | Resumen

The Macy Conferences were a group of meetings that took place in New York
from 1941 to 1960, a total of 160 conferences
Some of the cybernetics conferences were:

  • Simulated neural networks emulating the calculus of propositional logic(1946)
  • Anthropology and how computers might learn how to learn (1946)
  • Can automatons engage in deductive logic? (1951)

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