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Jean Hayes Michie [1]

Jean E. Hayes Michie (Jean E. Hayes-Michie, née Crouch, died in 2002),
was a British AI scientist, research associate at University of Edinburgh, co-editor of the Machine Intelligence series [2], and Secretary of the Turing Trust since its inception in 1975 [3]. Jean Hayes was the third wife of Donald Michie, married in 1971. Her research interest covered Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Along with David Levy she reported on the First World Computer Chess Championship 1974 in Stockholm. Jean Hayes Michie died from cancer in 2002 [4].

Photos

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Jean Hayes Michie and Donald Michie, Edinburgh 1984 [5]

Selected Publications

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  • Jean E. Hayes, David Levy (1976). The world computer chess championship, Stockholm 1974. University Press (Edinburgh)
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External Links

References

  1. László Lindner, A SZÁMÍTÓGÉPES SAKK KÉPEKBEN című melléklete - The pictures of the Beginning of Chess Computers
  2. Machine Intelligence series
  3. Turing Digital Archive Historical Note by Donald Michie
  4. Obituary: Donald Michie | Science by Stephen Muggleton, The Guardian, July 10, 2007
  5. László Lindner, A SZÁMÍTÓGÉPES SAKK KÉPEKBEN című melléklete - The pictures of the Beginning of Chess Computers
  6. dblp: Jean Hayes Michie
  7. Jean Hayes Michie - Semantic Scholar
  8. Chris Thornton (2000). Truth from Trash: How Learning Makes Sense. Bradford Books

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