Marvin Minsky, Founder of Artificial Intelligence, dies of cerebral hemorrhage

Marvin Minsky, father of artificial intelligence, died on January 24, 2016 at a hospital in Boston. He died at the age of 88 owing to cerebral hemorrhage. Minsky was a professor emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab. Minsky has spent his entire life in turning a hypothesis true that engineers are capable of creating an artificial intelligence. He proved to be a great professor and mentor despite the fact that he received pessimistic comments with regard to AI. But, Minsky has seen his artificial intelligence ambitions to flourish. At the young age, Minsky has developed a special microscope for studying brain tissue that eventually became a standard tool for scientists. He had also developed a concept of intelligence that emerged from different mental agents working in coordination and…


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