Ray, Thomas


Ray, Thomas

Dr. Ray is a tropical biologist who since 1974 has studied the evolution and ecology of a variety of organisms inhabiting rain forests. His work has focused primarily on the foraging behavior of vines in the family Araceae, however, he has also studied ants, butterflies and beetles. He is currently conducting research on evolution in the digital medium.

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Chapter 9: What Turing Fallacy? By Ray Kurzweil
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