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LATEST ARTICLES
Communication Corner

How an Ugly Duckling Became a Swan

December 2016
by Philip Yaffe

Fixing bugs manually is expensive, time-consuming, and unpleasant. How about getting the computer to fix the bugs, automatically? Automatically repairing them might save us from misunderstandings, lack of time, carelessness, or plain old laziness. ...


Commentary

Screwbots

October 2016
by Alessio Malizia, Alan Chamberlain

Fixing bugs manually is expensive, time-consuming, and unpleasant. How about getting the computer to fix the bugs, automatically? Automatically repairing them might save us from misunderstandings, lack of time, carelessness, or plain old laziness. ...



Interview

Unums 2.0: An Interview with John L. Gustafson

September 2016
Interviewed by Walter Tichy

Fixing bugs manually is expensive, time-consuming, and unpleasant. How about getting the computer to fix the bugs, automatically? Automatically repairing them might save us from misunderstandings, lack of time, carelessness, or plain old laziness. ...


Interview

Rethinking Randomness: An interview with Jeff Buzen, Part II

August 2016
Interviewed by Peter J. Denning

Fixing bugs manually is expensive, time-consuming, and unpleasant. How about getting the computer to fix the bugs, automatically? Automatically repairing them might save us from misunderstandings, lack of time, carelessness, or plain old laziness. ...