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Michio Kaku on Artificial Intelligence

Michio Kaku on Artificial Intelligence
This interview with Michio Kaku touches on the topics of Artificial Intelligence, Physics, The Universe, Space, Moore's Law, Quantum Computers, and more.


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Posted by kazchen on December 8, 2010
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