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    On Aug. 9, 1927, Marvin Minsky, American biochemist and the founder of the MIT Artificial Intelligence Project, was born. Minsky has made many contributions to AI, cognitive psychology, mathematics, computational linguistics, robotics, & optics. He holds several patents, including those for the 1st neural-network simulator, the 1st head-mounted graphical display, & more. In recent years he has worked chiefly on imparting to machines the human capacity for commonsense reasoning.

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