Pamela McCorduck

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"McCorduck is the most recently the author of a novel, The Edge of Chaos (Sunstone Press, 2007). She has published eight other books, which have been translated into most of the major European and Asian languages, including Machines Who Think (W.H. Freeman & Co., 1979), a history of artificial intelligence; The Universal Machine (McGraw Hill, 1985), a study of the worldwide impact of the computer; Aaron’s Code (W.H. Freeman & Co., 1991), an inquiry into the future of art and artificial intelligence; and The Futures Of Women (Warner Books, 1997), a series of scenarios about women in the year 2015, which was the basis for a CNN documentary. She has written for magazines ranging from Cosmopolitan to Daedalus, and was a contributing editor to Wired. She was a board member and officer of the American PEN Center in New York." [1]


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  1. Hybrid Vigor Institute Advisory Board, organizational web page, accessed June 7, 2013.