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Will we even truly understand how a computer works?
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You will be dead by then.
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>>101010099
yes fuck you
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>>101010099
I am an electrical engineer. I fully understand how a computer works. Specifically, I work on video decoders so you can watch you chinese cartoons day and night.
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>>101010419
chinese cartoons xD
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>>101010523
epic shitposting シ
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>>101010099
YOU don't seem to understand.
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>>101010995
A shame you seemed an honest man
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>>101010099
Not in your life time. But definitely mine.
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>>101010099
yes when Qubit are implemented in the ip255 protocol which is reserved, most above are used for experimentation but seeing how Qubit will be able to remodel technology, but the ability it operates, project xanadu has a good insight on my opinion
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>>101010419
That's what you think you do.
You think you understand a computer but actually you what you know is little about how we are currently using some parts of what we call a computer, the truth lies within the essence of a computer and what is called "computer science" which in fact goes beyond the computer itself, for what we call a computer is merely a tool, and our interpretation of its concept is changing with time because of that we can't understand what a computer really is needless to say how it fully works. It's simply beyond our ability as human beings.
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>>101011732
And a ching-chong to you too, young lady.
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Computers are confusing.
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>>101011732
Is this real life? Computer Science is known as the only field where we know every single aspect of how it works since it is our own creation. I believe this is covered in the 1975 Turing award lecture (http://delivery.acm.org/10.1145/1290000/1283930/a1975-newell_simon.pdf)
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>>101013113
I think that post is a reference to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Op3QLzMgSY

In the SICP lecture Abelson dealt with Computer Science from a programmer aspect with a bit more abstract approach. Because of that he says that computer science is neither science nor does it deal with computers from this approach he views that computer science is a field yet to be discovered and that computers are merely tools.
In the other hand the Turning Award lecture computer science is defined as the study of the phenomena surrounding computers and it deals with it as science.
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/g/ faggots, please get your stupid fucks out of here. literally every single tech forum is more intelligent than you, no matter how hard you pander to the MIT and its history. LISP/scheme is a dead language and every actually employed person coding java knows more about computer science than you pretentious losers with your non-proprietary nerd pride and ethics which you will throw overboard as soon as you finish college and get a family to support.
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>>101014321
well, you don't have to bully...



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