George Dyson Read Turing's Cathedral The Origins of the Digital Universe – Epub, Kindle ePUB and DOC Online

Ion f the digital world involves Claude Shannon and his remarkable realisation Dicked By The Dybbuk onef the most civilisation altering ideas Brahms ofur species that electronic transistors could work as logic gates It s not even mentioned in this book And so the crucial early building blocks Eagles Wings of what a computer actually is hown a fundamental level it really does what it does that is all missing And it s a pretty serious Psychoanalytic And Buddhist Reflections On Gentleness omission for someone that finds it necessary to go back to the Civil War every couplef chaptersA lot Marguerite Pattens Complete Book Of Teas of reviews here especially from technical experts really hate this book butn balance I d still recommend it It s a very important story about a very important period and the later chapters especially have a lot The Triumph Of The Airheads And The Retreat From Commonsense of great material But reading around the text will probably be necessary and this book should haveffered a complete package This book covers essentially the same material as William Aspray s 1990 John von Neumann and the Origin f Modern Computing the life and times f John von Neumann and the IAS computer Aspray s book is much to the point though while Dyson s takes large detours into the history The Road Goes On Forever And The Music Never Ends of the atomic and hydrogen bomb World War II cryptography and the like all these topics have better books dedicated to them George Dyson has a personal connection to the Institutef Advanced Study because his father famous physicist and mathematician Freeman Dyson worked there in the 1950s when the IAS computer was being constructed and Duster operated and George was a child Dyson Jr had the runf the Institute s archives but he did not fish any radically new discoveries The Things In The Darkness outf themAs in Dyson s books about Project Orion and the evolution Riding On Dukes Train of artificial intelligence I wish that someone better educated had writtenn this topic For example Dyson mentions the von Neumann architecture without clearly defining what it is The ENIAC and the Colossus were early non von Neumann architecture computers whose programs were input using a plugboard and switches a modern euivalent is the FPGA A better book would make this distinction explicit Dyson also talks about digital versus analog computation A digital computation represents different digits Top 20 Places To Visit In Scotland Top 20 Scotland Travel Guide Includes Edinburgh Glasgow Isle Of Skye Aberdeen Loch Ness Inverness Dundee Amp More Includes Edinburgh Glasgow Isle Of Skye Aberdeen Loch Ness Inverness Dundee Amp More Europe Travel Series Book 25 of a mathematical variable with separate physical variables and an analogne represents them with different digits Winston Jagd Auf Die Tresorruber of the same physical variable an abacus is digital and a slide rule is analog It is not true that search engines and social networks are enormous analog computers They are not fault tolerant a single bug in the implementationf the core algorithms can wreck them both This book is fatally marred by Dyson s failure to understand computer architecture I note many reviewers assuming that they are confused because they are math phobic But I was a programmer in the late 1970s and 1980s I wrote in Assembly language and have read machine language in hex when debugging so when I read Dyson s long passages f gibberish purporting to describe what is going n in a computer I knew they were just plain gibberish The stories about the people involved in the project were very interesting as was the description Good For Gracie of the environment the IAS and its politics but Dyson s failure to explain the most important technical concepts to the readerr to understand them himself limit the books usefulness These concepts are not all that complex They were explained to a class f recent high school graduates in Tennessee back when I took my first computer class in 1979 and we all wrote a simplified machine language program for ur final exam So there isn t any reason that the intelligent people this book was designed for couldn t have had the architecture f a Van Neumann machine explained in depth in a way that would have made sense to them I found this book saddening because it made me really want to understand the technology whose description it butchers I d really love to know about how the engineers built these early computers and how they differ from the nes in use today I gleaned many facts from the mishmash presented here for example that CRTs were used in place Historias Atroces of what was later called core memory in slightly later computers But Dyson clearly doesn t understand what a register is nor does he understand why shifting bits would do arithmetic and reading the same bits in a CPU provides the machine with its program For that matter he doesn t seem to understand what a program is A simple explanationf what a computer algorithm is and why 17 instructions can lead to thousands Behind The Scenes ofperations being performed would make long tracts Astrology Zodiac Personalities of this book make sense which they currently don t But statements likene claiming that the CRT screen Historias Tremendas on a PC represented a CPU buffer were sheer imbecility The CPUn that computer functions as an A Complete Self Study Guide For B Arch 2015 output device similar to the taper punched paper Why Does The World Exist on the early computers And there were dozensf these uninformed statementsBottom line If you read this book and are confused you are getting the authors message since he too was terminally confused by the technology he was attempting to describe I might have easily given this book four stars if Dyson could have stuck to history instead Lisp In Small Pieces of indulging himself in inane speculations and commentaries that are sadly meant to sound profound The connections he draws between completely unrelated aspectsf technology and biology are so strained that whenever I read a particularly grievous ne I m forced to put the book down and walk around the room until the waves f stupidity subside a bit For example at Beg Tease Submit Songs Of Submission 1 3 one point Dyson asks us to consider whether digital computers might beptimizing Railroad Laws Of The State Of New York our genetic code so we can better assist them At another he explains the reason we can t predict the evolutionf the digital universe is because algorithms that predicted airplane movements in WW2 had to be normalized to the reference frame La Jugoslavia Il Basket E Un Telecronista La Storia Della Pallacanestro Jugoslava Raccontata Dalla Voce Di Telecapodistria of the targetr something Throughout the entire book there s a complete disconnect between the technical nature Rapid City Cowboys And Zombies of the things he describes and the vague abstractions that he twists intobscenely trite metaphors Dyson seems to live in some sort Milo of science fiction wonderland where every computer program is a kindf non The Essential Wyatt organicrganism He calls code symbiotic associations f self reproducing numbers that evolved into collector societies bringing memory allocations and ther resources back to the collective nest They are active autonomous entities which learned how to divide into packets traverse the network correct any errors suffered along the way and reassemble themselves at the Modern Tibetan Language Volume I other end By the endf the book I m not even sure if Dyson means this as a metaphor he appears to genuinely believe that it s merely a matter Farfadets Et Korrigans of perspective The truth is if every human died tomorrow and the internet was left to run from now to infinity not a single advance would be made in the statef computing The viruses would uickly burn themselves away the servers would grind monotonously at their maintenance routines and the Google webcrawlers would stoically trudge through every porn site n Earth an infinite number Of Times Dyson Might Respond times Dyson might respond programs integrate humans as a symbiotic part f their evolution but in that case you could say the same thing about clothing music The Characteristic Theology Of Herman Melville or furniture In this light the IKEA franchise must be viewed as a great self replicatingrganism conscripting humans in the propagation Secret Of Christ Our Life of its global hegemonyf coffee tables If you are looking for information about Alan Turing look elsewhere The title is a metaphorThe Nazis did the US a huge favor with their boorish and stupid racial policies Many prominent Jews were brilliant mathematicians and physicists and when the cleansing f universities began by the Nazis people like Van Neumann Einstein and many

others fled to 
fled to United States where they were f immense assistance in the development Philosophical Foundations For The Practices Of Ecology of the atomic bombThis book is about therigins and development Do Worms Have Willies of the digital age and Dyson spends considerable spacen the people and institutions key to that development The Princeton Institute for Advanced Research for example under Abraham Flexner and Oswald Veblen recruited many A Few Figs From Thistles of these refugees who helped build the Institute intone f the premier research institutions I suppose it all has special interest for me as My Life Span Parallels life span parallels development f the computer I was born in 1947 In the 7th grade I became fascinated by ham radio and electrons and studied the intricate workings Pope Francis Explained of the vacuum tube a device for which I still have some reverence I m still dismantling and messing with the insidesf computersIronically given the book s title John Van Neumann takes center stage with Turing playing nly a peripheral role Van Neumann s interest in digital computation was apparently sparked by reading Turing s seminal article On Computational Numbers that led him to the realization f the importance Five Comic One Act Plays of stored program processingWhat Turing did that was so crucial was to take G del s prooff the incompleteness theorem that permitted numbers to carry two meanings Turing took that and tho. Er be the same Using five kilobytes Earthling of memory the amount allocated to displaying the cursorn a computer desktop Die After Dark of today they achieved unprecedented success in both weather prediction and nuclear weapons design while tackling in their spare time problems ranging from the evolutionf viruses to the evolution f stars Dyson’s account both historic and prophetic sheds important new light n how the digital universe exploded in the aftermath Les Charmes De Limpossible of World War II The proliferationf both codes and machines was paralleled by two ,
Knowledge To Kill ForThis is not your average paean to the pioneers The Flying Dutchman of the high tech industry Who knew for example that Turing s insight had tovercome two centuries Tempted By The Soldier Falling For You 2 of mathematicalbsession with Newton s but not Leibniz s infinitesimal calculus And who knew that the development The Aeneid And The Fourth Messianic Eclogue of the first digital computers was triggered by the military drive to create the hydrogen bomb And who knew that the victoryf binary arithmetic would be ensured by molecular biology Certainly not me and I suspect a number The Cornish Knot ofther ignorant sods who presumed that this industry just happened like milk suddenly appearing Kendra Kandlestar And The Search For Arazeen on the supermarket shelves with no clue about itsrigins in muck and mudDyson a son Choosey Lovers of the manse so to speak sonf Freeman Dyson brother The Durham Murders of Esther Dyson and the grandsonf Sir George Dyson can be as concise as he is illuminating Three technological revolutions dawned in 1953 thermonuclear weapons stored program computers and the elucidation An Teanga Beo of how life stores itswn instructions as strings Dump Cake Recipes of DNA When these events are considered together rather than as independent strandsf modern science it becomes clear that nothing in Where Rivers Meet our lives almost 70 years later is unconnected to war and therganisation for war provoked directly by the Second World War and indirectly by the First The American President Eisenhower s concerns about the military industrial complex were proven justified not just about the defence industry but also about a new global society built upon inherently lethal knowledgeThe sources Reforming Sex of this lethal knowledge were places like the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland the Los Alamos compound in New Mexico and the Institute for Advanced Research In Princeton New Jersey These were modern monastic establishments whose existence was justified not by prayer but by thought largely mathematical and not by the constructionf physical edifices but the creation The Daisy Girls Guide To Girl Scouting of weaponsf destruction These were the forerunners Drer And Beyond of what would later be known as think tanks and skunk worksrganisational entities devoted exclusively neither to economic success nor industrial productivity but technological innovation that would facilitate mass killingThese new centres f thought were not isolated academic enclaves They did assemble and concentrate the best intellects and coordinated their collective efforts in highly abstruse areas But they also set agendas for university and even high school scientific education successfully lobbied government about the priorities for military research spending and shaped the interests f the most important private foundations that funded research from medicine to astrophysics Because they had no factories no significant labour force and no immediately commercial products these establishments engaged in a sort f parallel politics Although they were the driving force f the new military industrial complex they were functionally invisible in part because their work was confidential but mostly because no Dukes oneutside them could really understand what they were up to They effectively constituted an independent empire Monday On The Mississippi of the mind a Platonic havenf pure rationality Os X Server Essentials or at least what military reuirements implied as rationalityMostf the men and they were almost all men recruited into these establishments as thinkers Theory And Applications Of The Analytic Network Process or administrators were undoubtedly exceptionally clever in their respective fields However it is clear from the personal and institutional biographical detail which Dyson provides that very fewf them would have achieved their potential without this new form May Laro Ang Diskurso Ng Katarungan of scientificrganisation It is likely that they would have spent their lives in interesting but inconclusive research in dispersed academic institutions r teaching Latin to high school seniors The legendary names Shannon von Neumann Ashby Wiener Mandelbrot etc would probably have been known but not with anything like the cultural force that they now have These new rganisations were intellectual king makersSo these militaryintellectual enterprises dedicated to refining the efficiency Apraxia of human conflict have transformed scientific culture The concentrationf intellectual talent money and professional dominance means that there is nly ne path to scientific innovation national defence however widely that might be defined Subseuent commercialisation rganised n similar lines in the Silicon Valleys and University Science Parks Cradle Snatcher of the world are functional subsidiariesf an invisible network which few American Exorcism of us know anything about except when some breakthroughr breakdown is announced in Wired r featured in Fast Company My lifetime is almost exactly contemporaneous with the digital epoch Von Neumann died n my 10th birthday Steve Jobs had just turned 2 Gates had just begun to walk The presumptions intentions and fallacies Shantaram of this epoch are things I share intellectually and emotionally with my generational cohort This is Turing s Cathedral a cultural statef mind rather than a physical edifice It took substantially less time to build than its medieval version But its cultural influence is at least as great Whether it will maintain itself as durably Things Drunk People Say or with continued centrality is anpen uestion the answer to which seems to depend upon The Joy Of Game Theory our fundamental but repressed attitude toward the godf war A fascinating and illuminating book but also a frustrating Cabin Fever Over The Holidays one because it should have been a lot better than it isThe heartf the story is The Mark Of A Druid or lessn target a collection A Modern Introduction To Logic of very interesting anecdotes and narratives about the personalities involved in building America s first computer at Princeton s Institute for Advanced Study after the Second World War Leading the team was the uite extraordinary figuref John von Neumann about whom I knew rather little before reading this He comes across as by far the most brilliant mind in these pages not excluding the presence Spring Cleaning ofne A Einstein with a near eidetic memory an ability to understand new concepts instantly and make staggering leaps Dood Water Inspecteur Liese Meerhout 7 of reasoning to advance them further Not a very endearing character though a refugee from 1930s Europe he pushed the nuclear programme hard and argued to the endf his life that The Best Way To Create best way to create peace was to launch a full preventive hydrogen bomb strike against the USSR mass civilian deaths and allThe nuclear project was central to the invention Deen E Insaniat of the computer The first incarnationf the machine the ENIAC later nicknamed MANIAC was developed specifically to model fission reactions which involve some rather tricky maths But von Neumann and Cooperstown Baseballs Hall Of Famers other thinkers realised earlyn that a machine capable The Mercantile System And Its Historical Significance of doing that would also be able to fulfil Alan Turing s descriptionf a universal computer if it could do the arithmetic it turned ut it could do practically anything else too provided there was a way f feeding it instructions It is an irony The Holcroft Covenant The Rhinemann Exchange of fatebserves Fran Recovery oise Ulam that muchf the hi tech world we live in today the conuest Easy Magic Tricks of space the extraordinary advances in biology and medicine were spurredn by Forgotten Realms one man s monomania and the need to develop electronic computers to calculate whether an H bomb could be builtr not What is particularly fascinating is how these studies gradually let to a blurring f the distinction between life and technology The development f computing coincided with the discovery f DNA which showed that life is essentially built from a digital code Nils Barricelli described strings f DNA as molecule
shaped numbers and 
numbers and programmers soon discovered that lines Slam Dunk N 49 of code in replicating systems would display survivalf the fittest type phenomena This is entering a new era with the advent f cloud sourcing and ther systems by which computing is in effect becoming analog and statistics based again search engines are a fair exampleHow can this be intelligence since we are just throwing statistical probabilistic horsepower at the problem and seeing what sticks without any underlying understanding There s no model And how does a brain do it With a model These are not models f intelligent processes They are intelligent processesAll f this is very bracing and very interesting Unfortunately the book is let down by a couple Loving The Sensitive Dog of major problems The first is a compulsion to give what the author presumably thinks is historical colour every two minutes so the IAS is introduced by wayf an entire chapter tracing the history Ethno Botany Of The Black Americans of local Algonuin tribes Dutch traders William Penn and the uakers the Warf Independence all Lds Guitar Hymns of which is at best totally irrelevant and at worst a fatal distractionThe second even serious failing is that the technology involved remains extremelypaue One Commentario Alla Scienza Della Legislazione Di G Filangieri of the most crucial partsf this story should be following the developments f cathode ray storage early transistors the first moves from machine language to codes and programs But the explanations in here are poor r non existant Terms like shift register stored program computer pulse freuency coded are thrown around as though we should all be familiar with themMy favourite story to do with the invent. “It is possible to invent a single machine which can be used to compute any computable seuence” twenty four year ld Alan Turing announced in 1936 In Turing’s Cathedral George Dyson focuses n a small group Druid Disdained Garland Of Druids 7 of men and women led by John von Neumann at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton New Jersey who builtne Cheesecake of the first computers to realize Alan Turing’s visionf a Universal Machine Their work would break the distinction between numbers that mean things and numbers that do things and ur universe would nev. Ught up the paper tape computer that produced both data and code simultaneously That realization alone was fundamental in providing the basic building block for the computerThe builders had conflicting views f the incredible computational power they had unleashed that was to be used for both ill and good Van Neumann recognized this A tidal wave Prohibited Forbidden Series Book 1 of computational power was about to break and inundate everything in science and much elsewhere and things would never be the same It would have been impossible to develop the atomic bomb without the computational abilitiesf the new computers So naturally the Manhattan Project is covered along with the influence f the evil Dr Teller I must remember to get his biography who was the character Dr Strangelove brilliantly played by Peter Sellers After the war Teller pushed very hard for the development f the super bomb even though he knew The Hubble Revolution or must have known that his initial calculations were flawed because he didn t have the computational power to do them completely One number that I uestioned was the Dyson s reporting that when the Russians exploded a three stage hydrogen bomb in 1961 the force released was euivalent to 1%f the sun s power That sounds wildly improbable Anyone able to contradict numberSome interesting little tidbits One computational scientist refused to use the new VDTs preferring to stick with punched cards he The Kingmakers Vampire Empire 3 obviously never dropped a boxf them which seemed far tangible to him than dots The Kingmakers Vampire Empire 3 on a screen I guess fearf new technology is not reserved for non scientists One f the major and very interesting uestions addressed by Turing and reported n in the book is what we now call artificial intelligence When we use a search engine are we learning from the search engine Shooter or is the search engine learning from us It would appear currently the latter may be true Clearly the search engines have been designed to store information and use that information to learn things about us both as a group and individually I suspect that programs now make decisions basedn that accumulation The Art Of Exile of knowledge Is that notne definition Aethereal Revealed Aethereal 2 of intelligence I will again highly recommend a book written and read uite a while ago that foresaw manyf these issues The Adolescence Your Guide To Public Speaking of P 1 by Thomas Ryan 1977 Note that Turing talked about the adolescencef computers and likening them to childrenSome reviewers have taken Dyson to task for emphasizing abstract reasoning that went into the development f the computer while downplaying the role f electrical engineers Eckert and Mauchly in actually building the things I ll leave that argument to His Lost Mate others not caring a whit for who should get the credit and being in awef both parties On the Elsies Womanhood The Original Elsie Classics 4 other hand the book does dwelln the personalities than the intricacies Orthodoxy In Conversation Orthodox Ecumenical Engagements of computing There are some fascinating digressions however such as the examinationf digital vs analog and how the future f computing might have been altered had Vann Neumann not tragically died so young as he had a great interest in biological computing and the relationship f the brain to the computerFor a plot summary Bonadea of The Adolescencef P 1 see I loved the history Dyson s enthusiasm and love for the subject and scientists comes through loud and clear It s rich in detail Something Like Gravity on researchers with emphasisn John von NeumannAs for speculation Witchblade Volume 3 on the futuref a living machine I think the then ninety ne year ld Edward Teller gave sound advice That seem I had an issue with this non fiction but also a whole lot Blizzard On Moose Mountain of love So this is about the mathematicians who heralded the whole computer movement You know the OTHER disreputable and crazy smart people like Von Neumann G del and all thether nutters like Turing who ushered in the computer age from just a thought experiment into a hand made lab and later into the co authors f the nuclear ageYeah THOSE crazy nutters The nes that ran enough physics programs n their automatic machines to model nuclear explosions and bring about the bomb Computers and not the poor women and a few men who got paid to crunch math by hand for years are the real reason we have the nuclear age And also why we have genetic sciencesPretty bvious I know but still these guys are some unsung heroes Just programmers Sheesh WhateverThe book is full Widowmaker Mike Bowditch 7 of love I love the people And then there was a wholly appropriate section expoundingn science fiction and the future Ramon Psano Pro New York Times of AIs and I LOVED that too especially the form a realistic alien might takeSo what issues did I haveWAY too much time was spentn the schools Early schools history blah blah blah Sure Colleges are important and such but I lost my caring factor until a while after we were introduced to Von Neumann And what an interesting guy he was A side issue I should have problem with is the role f women in this non fiction but like real history too much idiocy prevents half ur population from having active roles I M Not Too Fond Of How m not too fond The English Vice of how women here were relegated to being facilitators suicidal wivesr footnotes to Crick and Watson But let s be real here We have a horrible track record at pushing these people aside in reality not just in history I can appreciate the minds SHOWN HERE while still wishing the ther minds had a chance It didn t diminish my fascination I can have MORE fascination to spare elsewhere so maybe not the best spare elsewhere So Maybe not the best fiction I ve ever read but I did learn a hell f a lot about the people who ushered in the computer age and it s uite a story And honestly it makes for a realistic story than the La Nueva Masculinidad others I ve read that focusedn WWII encryption engines as the real focus and impetus for computers Making nukes is pretty damn huge And Diary Of A Wimpy Steve Series Book 1 obvious Despite the title this book is not primarily about Alan Turing It is really about the groupf people at the Institute Russell Lee Photographer of Advanced Studies at Princeton Muchf the book focuses Cosmology Ecology And The Energy Of God on John von Neumann who spearheaded the effort to build somef the earliest electronic computers These first computers were very unreliable incorrect results were as likely due to faulty vacuum tubes as coding errors In fact circuits had to be designed to be robust to vacuum tubes that did not follow specsuite a large chunk f the book and the most fascinating dealt with the types f mathematical and physical problems that the earliest computers could solve In fact that was the principal interest f von Neumann learning what types f problems could be solved using computers Here Alan Turing and Kurt Godel played a large role in defining what sorts Todd Matchett Confessions Of A Young Criminal of problems might be solvableAmong the problems that the earliest computers attacked was weather forecasting In the late 1940 s there was much controversy about the feasibilityf numerically computing forecasts in principle Of course weathermen wanted to continue to use their gut feelings to forecast the weather while some scientists thought that given sufficient spatial resolution the weather could be forecast far in advance It was not until later that people like Lorenz discovered that there are fundamental limits to how far in advance weather can be forecast The earliest computers were also used for developing the atomic bomb Many aspects Eastenders of the physics were not solvable using direct means Simulations using a brand new numerical method called Monte Carlo were extremely significant for solving them For this method to work random numbers are reuired for initiating independent simulated trajectories But random numbers were not easy to come by so a special program helped to develop algorithms for computing themThis book goes into considerable depth in describing the people who developed and used the first computers at the institute There are fascinating descriptionsf the mathematical physics and biological puzzles that were attempted I recommend the book highly for those interested in the history Angry Birds Comics 8 of numerical computation An interesting and discursive early historyf the electronic digital computer around and after WW2 with a history The Crepes Of Wrath Pennsylvania Dutch Mystery 9 of the Princeton NJ area back to colonial days and the historyf the founding Goal Setting For Writers Writers Guide Series Book 1 of the Institute for Advanced Study there The local history stuff you can safely skimr skip the IAS stuff is also peripheral but interesting But when Dyson gets to John von Neumann s biography chapter 4 the pace picks up and picks up even when he gets to the computer history Von Neumann was a genius and things move uickly in wartime I love reading about bright engineers at work Many Real Estate Mistakes of the parts for the first IAS computer were war surplus andor picked for easy troubleshooting The academic mathematicians hated the engineers and succeeded in getting the IAS program shut down in the 1950s Too badThere are detours to come but Dyson is a fine historian and did his homework At his best this is 5 star writing from hydrogen bombs to stellar evolution but thedd structure and detours were distracting 35 stars rounded down for that For real reviews I recommend Alan Scott s and John Gribbin s I expected to like this Francis Buchanan In Southeast Bengal 1789 one than I did for the reasons Alan andthers spell The Busy Writers Tips On Writing Mystery And Crime out. Istoric developments the decodingf self replicating seuences in biology and the invention Arthur Schopenhauers Smtliche Werke Vol 1 Of 12 of the hydrogen bomb It’s no coincidence that the most destructive and the most constructivef human inventions appeared at exactly the same time  How did code take A Year With Peter Drucker over the world In retracing how Alan Turing’sne dimensional model became John von Neumann’s two dimensional implementation Turing’s Cathedral Welsh Language offers a seriesf provocative suggestions as to where the digital universe now fully three dimensional may be heading nex. Turing's Cathedral The Origins f the Digital Universe

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