Russians create artificial human brain
mmmaxwell at hotmail.com
Tue Apr 17 15:10:12 EST 2001
José Rui Faustino de Sousa <jrfsousaREMOVE00594810 at esoterica.pt> wrote
in message news:987535620.341898 at isis.esoterica.pt...
> "maxwell" <mmmaxwell at hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:9bhusg$9hdm9$1 at ID-
> There are lots of problems with finding websites on the internet if
> are not in english...
> As you probably know every search engine is almost completely
> language centred.
> You have to have in account that they do not even use the same
> And I can be wrong but I do not think that english is "lingua
It is, in science. As example, even when full-text translations of
Russian (and Polish, for that matter)
scientific journal articles are not provided, English abstracts nearly
invariably accompany publication.
> What I was able to find was this link:
> It lists the International Academy of Information Science as
Alas, this refers to a 1999 event-- though thank you for this link!
I've now been over to the site and done extensive hyper-linking
(though not *totally* exhaustive, yet)
and have not so far turned up the Institute in question, though I note
that English names (or trans-literations) are routinely given the
Kazakh institutes listed there. We shall see.
> It would seam that they are located in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
> And I have no idea has what would be they russian name...
> Best regards
> José Rui
Thanks again, José. At least we now know they're Kazakh, or there are
others of the same Institute name.
Post -USSR, a Kazakh institute would be highly unlikely to call
itself 'Russian,' as may be sensed by the writing on the site you
referred to-- distinctly 'national' in character.
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