John McCarthy

John McCarthy
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, Stanford University

John McCarthy has been Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University since 1962. His research is mainly in artificial intelligence. Long ago he originated the Lisp programming language and the initial research on general purpose time-sharing computer systems. More can be found in his Web page John McCarthy’s home page. As a public service, he has created a Web page on the sustainability of material progress. Material progress is indeed sustainable.

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Location: Marina Ballroom D
John McCarthy (Stanford University)
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