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Issue №12. September 2007

We Are Human Because We Play

Leonid N. Ivanenko

Ph.D., senior researcher, V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

The article analyses the available literature on imitation games. The author notes the importance of “popular science” genre as an instrument of interdisciplinary dialogue. The author poses the rarely asked question – when did the imitation game first appear in history? The author notes that the recent successes in genetic research may allow to answer that question. The author hypothesizes that the imitation game first appeared 70-80 thousand years ago, with the emergence of Homo sapience as a species.

Keywords

Imitation game, education, mathematics.

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