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Never forget who the true enemy is

Ray Comfort’s inanity over on U.S. News & World Report comes to mind: We don’t find a half-evolved cow or bee. None of the 1.4 million species on the Earth has half an eye. Such deliberate cluelessness and misrepresentation – … Continue reading

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UMM students are just so cool!

As mentioned earlier, our paper “Semantic building blocks in genetic programming” with Brian Ohs (UMM ’08) and Tyler Hutchison (UMM ’07) was nominated for Best Paper at EuroGP 2008 in Naples, Italy. We won! That a paper co-authored with two … Continue reading

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