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Computers are Not Omnipotent

In 1984, TIME magazine quoted the chief editor of a certain software publication as saying: "Put the right kind of software into a computer, and it will do whatever you want it to. There may be limits on what you can do with the machines themselves, but there are no limits on what you can do with software." This talk will survey results obtained over the last 80 years by mathematicians, logicians and computer scientists, which disprove this ignorance-based statement in a sweeping and fundamental way. We shall discuss problems that are provably non-computable, as well as ...
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From Sociology of Education to Women's Studies

Meenakshi THAPAN is professor in the department of Sociology at the University of Delhi. She is working in Sociology of Education just as Gender Studies. Her researches are now focalised on the construction of citizenship and identity through academic education.In February 2004, she organized at the University of Delhi a Colloquium untitled “Pierre Bourdieu : Sociologist and Sociologies” with participation of scholars from India and France.
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Space, Nationalism and Power

Ranabir SAMADDAR is a founder of the MCRG - Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group, India- and its journal, Refugee Watch. He was earlier a professor of South Asia Studies, and subsequently the founder-Director of the Peace Studies Programme at the South Asia Forum for Human Rights, Kathmandu. Known for his critical studies on contemporary issues of justice, human rights, and popular democracy in the context of post-colonial nationalism, trans-border migration, community history, and technological restructuring in South Asia, he has served on various commissions and study groups on issues such as partitions, critical dictionary on globalisation, patterns of forced displacement and ...
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