Turing for traders

The popular-science sections of even the most mundane suburban bookstores have been crammed in recent years with tomes by the likes of Daniel Dennett, Stephen Pinker, Richard Dawkins and Douglas Hofstadter, in which the authors have batted around various theories of how the mind works. Many of these have their roots in, or grew up in opposition to, work done in the 1950s and 1960s in neurology, cognitive psychology, game theory and the branch of computer science often called ‘artificial

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