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The Forest By Machine Project
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The Forest was a project by Christy McCaffrey and Sara Newey installed at Machine Project from Friday 3/27/09 till Friday 4/24/09.
The Time Machine Project By Phill C. Akinwale, PMP
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This is a companion book of the DVD set of the same name. Professor Zakari (born on 29 Feb 2016) is an American theoretical physicist known all over the world for his contribution at the field of... More > quantum theory and particle physics. Professor Zakari is in discussions with various Government and Quasi-Government defense, space and time travel agencies regarding sponsoring a $55 Billion Dollars project named “TMX 01” that would last for around 15 years. Consequently, Zakari wants to work more with Albert Einstein’s theory of special relativity, build a time travel machine and solve the crime handling problem either by deporting offenders back in time or forwarded in future. At the focal point of these discussions is Noveau Inconnu, an industrial science firm and revered juggernaut in the industry. Learn about the processes, inputs, tools and techniques of project management through stories and examples.< Less
The Project By Chris Holm
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In a not too distant future, it is a world of adept amateur programmers and ultra powerful personal computers. The fear is that one of these amateurs may unleash the first A.I. A computer security... More > programmer must either prove that A.I. is impossible or must produce a working example of it in order to develop safeguards against it. Her colleagues are all working with power and speed, yet she sees no solution in this. She knows she must attempt to prove that a machine could never think as a human, but in order to prove it she must first understand what consciousness is. She turns away from technology and focuses on psychology, neurology and philosophy to first understand humans before she diagnoses how a similar form of consciousness could exist in a machine.< Less
The Project By Chris Holm
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In a not too distant future, it is a world of adept amateur programmers and ultra powerful personal computers. The fear is that one of these amateurs may unleash the first A.I. A computer security... More > programmer must either prove that A.I. is impossible or must produce a working example of it in order to develop safeguards against it. Her colleagues are all working with power and speed, yet she sees no solution in this. She knows she must attempt to prove that a machine could never think as a human, but in order to prove it she must first understand what consciousness is. She turns away from technology and focuses on psychology, neurology and philosophy to first understand humans before she diagnoses how a similar form of consciousness could exist in a machine.< Less
Machine Project Almanac v1.2 By Mark Allen
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A retrospective almanac of all Machine Project events from 2003 to today. Comprehensive and orange.
Machine Project Almanac v1.4 By Mark Allen
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The History of Machine Project, Part One. Very orange.
Machine Project Almanac v1.4 By Mark Allen
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The History of Machine Project, Part One. Very orange.
Machine Project Almanac v1.5 By Mark Allen
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An all encompassing archive of every event hosted by Machine Project located in Los Angeles, CA.
Machine Project Almanac v1.5 By Mark Allen
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An all encompassing archive of every event hosted by Machine Project located in Los Angeles, CA.
Explore Simple Machines! By Anita Yasuda
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Illustrated by Bryan Stone. From zippers to the Pyramids, rolling pins to catapults, we are surrounded by simple machines. This book will amaze kids with the ingenuity they already possess and... More > inspire them to look differently at the objects they use everyday. Explore Simple Machines! introduces kids to the concept of “mechanical advantage,” and harnesses kid-power by inviting them to build machines of their own design. It opens their eyes to the diversity of machines in their lives, and sparks the imagination with challenge, humor, and achievable projects. Explore Simple Machines! dedicates a chapter to each of the six simple machines that were identified centuries ago: levers, inclined planes, pulleys, screws, wedges, and wheels & axles. Kids will develop analytical skills as they figure out where force is applied and what kind of work it generates.< Less