Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

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Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

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(SAIL) /sayl/, not /S-A-I-L/ An important site in the early development of LISP; with the MIT AI Lab, BBN, CMU, XEROX PARC, and the Unix community, one of the major wellsprings of technical innovation and hacker-culture traditions (see the WAITS entry for details). The SAIL machines were shut down in late May 1990, scant weeks after the MIT AI Lab's ITS cluster was officially decommissioned.
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In 1973, a reporter for Rolling Stone visited the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab to check up on computer hackers--"a mobile new-found elite, with its own apparat, language and character, its own legends and humor.
This has a component of prediction," says Mike Montemerlo, a senior research engineer in the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab (SAIL).
Meanwhile programmers and other engineers in the renowned Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab (SAIL), which Thrun directs, have been building the brain -- a combination of carefully chosen sensors, a rack-mounted cluster of seven Pentium M motherboards in the trunk, and meticulously tested software that is outright groundbreaking.

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