What next?: A dozen information-technology research goals

@article{Gray2003WhatNA,
  title={What next?: A dozen information-technology research goals},
  author={J. Gray},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2003},
  volume={cs.GL/9911005}
}
  • J. Gray
  • Published 2003
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Charles Babbage’s vision of computing has largely been realized; we are on the verge of realizing Vannevar Bush’s Memex; but, we are still far from passing the Turing Test. This article outlines a set of fundamental research problems that broaden the Babbage, Bush, and Turing visions. They extend Babbage’s computational goal to include highly secure, highly available, self-programming, self-managing, and self-replicating systems. They extend Bush’s Memex vision to include a system that… CONTINUE READING
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