Programming the Global Brain published in the Communications of the ACM

The paper Programming the Global Brain by Abraham Bernstein (UZH), Mark Klein (MIT), and Thomas W. Malone (MIT) was published in the May 2012 issue of the Communications of the ACM.

The paper discusses how we can improve our understanding and utilization of the emerging human-computer network constituting the global brain. It argues that the differences between humans and computers require to make advances in Operating Systems, Programming Languages, and Software Engineeering Research.

A film describing the content of the paper can be found below:

CACM Cover May 2012

Abraham Bernstein

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