A Computing Pioneer Looks to the Next Frontier

July 2013
Discover;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p25
An interview is presented with computer scientist Ivan Sutherland, who discusses topics including asynchronous computing, or computing systems which allow different signals to be processed at different speeds, the need for computer programming training, and his grandchildren.


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