Long before many could envision the concept

of computers, Alan Mathison Turing saw their tremendous potential to alter our world for

the better. In the coming months ACM will celebrate 50

years of the ACM A.M. Turing Award, as well as many of computing’s

greatest achievements. Turing’s role in computing… Turing’s role was the visionary. From the rudiments of computing at the time

he was able to extrapolate the immensity of what a “computer” could do. There is a new giant around. And that is computation. Computation is the glue that keeps the world

together. Forty odd years after we did our original

work on internet protocols and the fact of the matter is people are still stuck at looking

at screens and keyboards and many people are 7/24 stuck to them. Early ideas become mainstream… To realize that these early ideas, data abstraction

and specifications and programming language and so forth, to understand that they had

moved so into the mainstream that everybody knew them and they were the basis of how you

wrote programs, I mean that was just a remarkable thing to understand. To distill what is of lasting interest… Now what I’m trying to do is to distill off

what parts of the things that people are doing today are people going to be interested in

50 years from now. What’s next… Today we have all this tremendous amount of

data out there, a tremendous amount of connectivity, and there’s really pressing question. Now What? So there are all kinds of concerns that people

have about safety, about reliability of these devices, about their security and whether

or not they preserve privacy. Everything we do is already known and knowable… Everything we do is already known and knowable. I don’t think we have any privacy at all. Every science is beholden to computing Because this space of computing is exploding. It touches so much of everything we do in

all the sciences. Now every science is beholden to our ability

to compute.

## 2 Comments

## Pedro Alejandro Jaramillo Huenuman

Hello,

This is Pedro Alejandro Jaramillo Huenuman

My mission is colaborate

I do not understand how to postulate, better I post it.

I will like to postulate but Don't know how….

So;

Computational complexity theory (P=NP);

Answer:

∀ (P = NP) <=> ( ( ( ( ( P ≠ ( P = NP ) ) ∧ ( ( NP ≠ ( P = NP ) ) ) ∨ ( ( ( P = ( P ≠ NP ) ) ∧ ( ( NP = ( P ≠ NP ) ) ) ) ∧ ( ( ( ( P ≠ ( P ≠ NP ) ) ∧ ( ( NP = ( P = NP ) ) ) ∨ ( ( ( P = ( P = NP ) ) ∧ ( ( NP ≠ ( P ≠ NP ) ) ) ) )

Example:

defense = mock; P=NP

impotence = injustice; P=P

injustice = injury; NP=NP

law = defense; P=P

justice = law; P=P

that is:

law = impotence; P=NP

law = injury; P=NP

law = injustice; P=NP

law = mock; P=NP

This is Pedro Alejandro Jaramillo Huenuman from Chile (CL)

## Pedro Alejandro Jaramillo Huenuman

More Simple

there is short answer:

(P+NP)/P = (P/NP)