Reverse Engineering



Reverse Engineering

Examining a product, program, or process to understand it and to determine its methods and algorithms. Scanning and copying the salient computational methods of a human brain into a neural computer of sufficient capacity is a future example of reverse engineering.

Articles on that refer to Reverse Engineering

Chapter 9: What Turing Fallacy? By Ray Kurzweil
Chapter 6: Locked in His Chinese Room By Ray Kurzweil
Why We Can Be Confident of Turing Test Capability Within a Quarter Century By Ray Kurzweil
The Law of Accelerating Returns By Ray Kurzweil
Max More and Ray Kurzweil on the Singularity By Max More and Ray Kurzweil
How the Mind Works By Steven Pinker
The 21st Century: a Confluence of Accelerating Revolutions By Ray Kurzweil
One Half of An Argument By Ray Kurzweil
A Wager on the Turing Test: Why I Think I Will Win By Ray Kurzweil
We Are Becoming Cyborgs By Ray Kurzweil

News Articles that refer to Reverse Engineering

Are We Spiritual Machines?: Ray Kurzweil vs. the Critics of Strong A.I.
Kurzweil keynotes United Therapeutics event in Florida
Inventors forecast 21st century innovations at Patent & Trademarks Office bicentennial
Nonbiological intelligence will dominate: Kurzweil in Time magazine
Planning A Head: Kurzweil's response to Scientific American
'Biosingularity' Blog Launched
The Singularity: A Special Report
Ray Kurzweil proposes entrepreneurial peace fund and renewable-energy initiatives to Israeli leaders
Ray Kurzweil: The h+ Interview