Computable Minds
Blog of popular science about the more exiting branches of computer science.
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Posted on: Nov, 23rd 2010
Kinect
Microsoft wants that we can play with the Xbox 360 moving us in front of the screen. For that have spend hundreds of millions of dollars in develop a device to realize the recognition and the tracking, not only of a complete person but several ones, including also 3D information, its name is Kinect. In this post you will discover how works the hardware and the artificial intelligence algorithms that uses. Fill your mind with "Kinect: How works its 3D body tracking"

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Posted on: Nov, 19th 2010
Cube of a multidimensional query
The data warehouses or multidimensional databases, are a kind of technology that has constant grow of use in the enterprises in the last years. This isn't strange, because with the techniques of data mining, the enterprises can predict the future, something very important to take decision. Do you want to know how? Enter into "Data Warehouses and data mining to predict the future"

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Posted on: Oct, 26th 2010
Gold medal of the Loebner prize
The past day 23 was celebrated the twentieth edition of the Loebner prize in the University of California. This competition consist in test several chatbots to see if they are capable to surpass the Turing test. Enter into "Winner of the Loebner prize 2010"

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Posted on: Oct, 17th 2010
Benoît Mandelbrot
Seems that was yesterday when the past July I publish a post about fractals where I talked about Benoît Mandelbrot and where you can watch one of the last or perhaps the last of his conferences.
Mandelbrot, developed the fractal mathematics from the works of Gaston Maurice Julia and popularized it in the years 70, unfortunately died the past day 14, as consequence of a pancreatic cancer, announced his wife Aliette yesterday. Show more of "Beonît Mandelbrot dies due to a fractal (1924-2010)"

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Posted on: Sep, 21st 2010
Turing test diagram
Today I woke up philosophical so I'm going to explain the famous Turing test.
The Turing test was proposed in a scientific paper called "Computing Machinery and Intelligence", wrote by Alan Turing in 1950. This is a test that must surpass a machine in order to show that it is intelligent. Read all about of "The Turing test and the Chinese room"

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Posted on: Sep, 10th 2010
Cover of the movie Matrix Reloaded
Following with the prior post, I'm going to expose some questions of the science that would be solved if we were in the Matrix. You will see that some of them are so rare and could be considered a glitch in the Matrix or a programming bug. Don't left of read the rest of "Glitches in the Matrix"
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