The Cosmic Blinker by Eando Binder:
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Enjoyable short story from the early 1950's with a nice twist; in all the galaxy, there is only one star that behaves like this one. Is it artificial? How is that possible?
('The Cosmic Blinker' by Eando Binder)
An electronic brain that is able to do problem solving. This idea seems to be the impetus behind current artificial intelligence that seeks to solve problems, rather than to simulate human intelligenc
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