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  Today's UML Element
General Ordering
General Ordering
A general ordering is a named element that relates two event occurrences (message ends) specifying that the event occurrence at the tail end must occur before the event occurrence at the arrowhead end of the ... more...
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  Today's Thought Leader
Alan Turing (1912 - 1954)
Turing developed a famous game (or exercise) now known as the "Turing Test" for intelligence. He posited that if a computer program could pass this test, it could justifiably be labeled "intelligent". He graduated from King's College Cambridge and received a Smith's Prize in 1936 for work on probability theory. He completed his PhD at Princeton in 1938. Turing had a vision that one day computers could be programmed to achieve abilities indistinguishable from human intelligence.
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