Tomorrow: the thinking machine

United States, 1960

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A report on the only two known objects in the universe that seem capable of reasoning - the human brain and the electronic computer. Leading scientists display a computer that seems to learn as a child learns, writes a television play and plays draughts - and wins.

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Thomas Wolf

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CBS Television


Rene Bras

Nicholas Webster



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