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Scientific American,
a popular science magazine, founded by inventor and publisher Rufus Porter in 1845 as a four page weekly newspaper. Since 2009, Mariette DiChristina is the eighth editor-in-chief. Martin Gardner was author of the Mathematical Games column from 1956 to 1981 [1] [2]. Occasionally, Scientific American had notable articles on AI and computer chess topics.
Cover of the September 1848 issue [3]

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References

  1. ^ Martin Gardner from Wikipedia
  2. ^ Index to Mathematical Games
  3. ^ Scientific American from Wikipedia
  4. ^ Complete Annotated Strachey Checkers Program by Peter Norvig
  5. ^ Prescient but Not Perfect: A Look Back at a 1966 Scientific American Article on Systems Analysis by Peter Norvig, Scientific American Online, August 23, 2011
  6. ^ Negative base from Wikipedia
  7. ^ Feng's (Deep Thought) article in Scientific American (long) by Feng-hsiung Hsu, rgc, October 19, 1990
  8. ^ Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster from Wikipedia
  9. ^ Scientific American article on Computer Chess by Mark Lefler, CCC, June 03, 2017

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