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November 24, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

ICOT, the Institution for Computers Of Tomorrow, says it has now developed the world’s first experimental model of a fifth generation computer as a near-culmination of the $400m five-year programme to develop a computer that can reason from data drawn from a knowledge base: it is claimed that the machine can memorise information in a similar manner to the human brain, and can process concurrent flows of information simultaneously; details of the experimental model will be announced at an international conference on fifth-generation computer systems to be held in Tokyo starting on Monday, November 28.

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