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For the second time in a year, a research from the Georgia Institute of Technology is challenging the Turing Test, the current standard method used to evaluate whether or not a computer program or machine is capable of exhibiting human-level intelligence.
In response to high demand, the Boston-based test preparation website launches a free question bank packed with 200 analogy practice questions geared to students applying to graduate programs.
Profound discoveries and insights on the frontiers of science do not burst out of thin air but often arise from incremental processes of weaving together analogies, images, and simulations in a constrained fashion.
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By Little, Joseph This article examines the role of the liquid drop analogy in George Gamow's theory of nuclear structure and his subsequent derivation of nuclear energy.
- To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
- An illusion; a trick; a cheat.