What’s a machine?
How can you make it a machine with which to work, think, communicate, or just be?
In this week’s episode of New Scientist, Andrew Koeppel, a professor of computer engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, discusses the differences between a computer and a computer system, and explains how the differences can be made to work better.
The article is based on a talk by Andrew Koesppel, entitled “How to make a computer a true machine”.
New Scientist has kindly allowed us to use the material from Andrew Kroeppel’s presentation on the topic of computers and machines.
You can read the full episode here.
Andrew Kueppel, computer engineer, University of Chicago, US Andrew Kuesper, computer scientist, University College London, UK Andrew Kosep, computer architect, Stanford University, US