The Art of Algorithms

The memory is a bit blurry, but I think I started with computer science at the age of 13 or 14 when some of my friends got their first computers. In the afternoons, we would meet at their places to play games, write code and explore these cool machines. I purchased my first programmable calculator when I was 15 years old (It had 420 bytes of memory) and programmed my first neural network when I was 19 (on an Atari 1040). I have since seen many different aspects of computer science. Only recently, when I designed the Blueberry4 computer, did I fully appreciate that algorithms are, most fundamentally, the art of translating really complex problems into simple additions of 1's and 0's. This is

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