2005 - November
Artificial and Biological Intelligence
by Subhash Kak, C. Donald, Donald C., Elaine T. Delaune
November 2005Subhash Kak of Louisiana State University says that "humans will eventually create silicon machines with minds that will slowly spread all over the world, and the entire universe will eventually become a conscious machine."
'Build or Buy' Your Next Porsche?: Thinking Clearly About the Component Approach to Development
by Rob Meyer
November 2005Rob Meyer, CEO of the Numerical Algorithms Group, wants you to be thinking clearly when you consider the component approach to development. ...
An Interview with Scott McKinley: Project-Based Learning: The Neumont University story
Interviewed by Ubiquity staff
November 2005Neumont University co-founder and CEO Scott McKinley says the most innovative aspect of the Neumont curriculum is its focus on student projects: "Our freshmen are on project teams from the ...
A novel 3-tier XML schematic approach for web page translation
by Goutam Kumar Saha
November 2005The proposed 3-Tier XML schematic approach is to demonstrate how to embed syntactic, semantic and computational linguistic metadata information in the structure of an XML document and how the various ...
Why people don't read online and what to do about it
by Michelle Cameron
Computers and the embodied nature of communication: Merleau-Ponty's new ontology of embodiment
by Arun Kumar Tripathi
November 2005The world is the natural setting of, and field for, all my thoughts and all my explicit perceptions. Truth does not "inhabit" only "the inner man," or more accurately, there ...
by Ubiquity staff
November 2005In his article 'Artificial and Biological Intelligence,' Subhash Kak of Louisiana State University asks if 'humans will eventually create silicon machines with minds that will slowly spread all over the ...
Review of "Location-based services fundamentals and operation" by Axel Küpper, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2005
by Keith Willett