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Alan Hale Bond (October 18, 1940),
a British American physicist, electrical engineer, computer scientist, AI researcher, and neuroscientist at Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior, University of California, Los Angeles, California, and as president of Expert Software, Inc. [1] working on theory, design, development, and implementation of Artificial Intelligence, Logic programming, and Brain models for every occasion [2].

Alan Bond received the B.A. in Physics in 1961 and the M.A. degree in 1966 from Magdalen College, Oxford and the Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from Imperial College London [3] . Since then he had various research and lecturer positions in the UK and US, beside others at Carnegie Mellon University and Queen Mary, University of London [4] . He was tutor and advisor of John J. Scott, an early British computer chess programmer, and was along with Alex Bell supporter and promoter of early Computer Chess Conferences, the forerunner of Advances in Computer Chess [5] .
Alan H. Bond [6]


Alan Bond at Pittsburgh Zoo: 1966 [7]

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  1. ^ Expert Software Inc - Santa Monica, California (CA) | Company Profile
  2. ^ Expert Software home page
  3. ^ NSF bio
  4. ^ Alan Bond. Curriculum Vitae
  5. ^ Alex Bell (1978). MASTER at IFIPS. Excerpt from: The Machine Plays Chess? from Atlas Computer Laboratory, hosted by Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL)
  6. ^ Alan Bond's home page
  7. ^ Alan H. Bond (1968). Interactive Programming at Carnegie Tech. Artificial Intelligence 3, Literature: Reports hosted by Atlas Computer Laboratory
  8. ^ Alan Bond's publications page
  9. ^ DBLP: Alan H. Bond
  10. ^ Neocortex from Wikipedia

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