A set of symbols that represent assigned meanings, or, to put communication into coded form. Commonly referred to as computer programming instructions, or to write computer instructions.

Articles on that refer to Code

Biocyberethics: should we stop a company from unplugging an intelligent computer? By Martine Rothblatt
Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
Why We Can Be Confident of Turing Test Capability Within a Quarter Century By Ray Kurzweil
Ethics for Machines By J. Storrs Hall
The Unabomber's Manifesto By Ted Kaczynski
Transcending Moore's Law with Molecular Electronics and Nanotechnology By Steve T. Jurvetson
Global Cyberspace and Personal Memespace By Bruce Damer
Chapter 9: What Turing Fallacy? By Ray Kurzweil
Can a Machine Think? By Clinton W. Kelly
Chapter 7: Applying Organic Design Principles to Machines is Not an Analogy But a Sound Strategy By Ray Kurzweil

News Articles that refer to Code

Kurzweil proposes research programs to replace DNA, block bioterror viruses
Scientists Crack Code for Motor Neuron Wiring
Musicians unlock mystery melody in chapel
Intel Says New Chips to Have Two Processors
Diagnostic method based on gold nanoparticles could rival PCR
Scientists Say They've Found a Code Beyond Genetics in DNA
Scientists rewriting the genetic code
Circuitry in a nanowire: Novel growth method may transform chips
Radio Tag Debut Set for This Week
Computer chip noise may betray code

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