This Bias Often Gets in Our Way of Embracing New Ideas

“When someone thinks differently from you, does that mean they’re not thinking?”

Those were the words of Alan Turing, the godfather of modern computing.

In 1936, at the young age of twenty-four, Turing began working on the Turing machine, which effectively laid the foundation for the digital…

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I write to teach myself and hit “Publish” when I think it might help you.

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