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In fact, I've achieved some mild fame with those links pages, which isn't bad for content that I use mostly to help me goof off when I'm at work.
Today, I've been thinking about a couple of programming links on that page. Those pages make more sense if you understand what the "AI Winter" is. Basically, in the 1970's and early 1980's everyone knew that AI was coming and it would be implemented in Lisp. Of course, AI has been on the verge of a breakthrough, for as long as I've been a programmer, but it never seems to actually get here. The overhyping and subsequent collapse of AI techniques in general (neural networks, expert systems, etc.) and the Lisp language in particular, along with the rather large resource requirements of the 1980's Lisp systems compared to the 1980's microcomputers,
Source: Just some stuff
Design and Implementation of Intelligent Manufacturing Systems: From Expert Systems, Neural Networks, to Fuzzy Logic
Book (Prentice Hall)
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