Greg Egan:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Greg Egan (b. 1961) is an Australian computer programmer and science fiction author. He has won one Hugo and been shortlisted for three others. He received the John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Permutation City. He has a BS degree in Mathematics and lives in Perth.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Law Expert System (LEX) - law software
Software capable of rendering a legal opinion.

The Moat (1991)

Screening Software
Rules-based software trained to eliminate spam email.

The Moat (1991)


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