BCS Boston Computer SOciety, 1984-1988 various.
Condition: Very Good overall, individual newsletters etc. with horizontal (mailing) creases, some old mailing labels etc, staples secure, pages clean with some wear.
Categories: 1980's computers and computing, Biography and Company Histories, Computers and Society, Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Ephemera, Odd Stuff and Miscellaneous, General Histories and References, Home Computers, Personal Computers, Human-Computer Interaction, Microcomputers, Programming and Programming Languages, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, LISP, PROLOG, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, Miscellaneous
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Item DescriptionLot of newsletters includes --Graphics Interest Group News, Jan/Feb 1984; and Graphics Group News volume 2 number 1 (apparently June 1985);
Computer Communications, the Telecommunications Newsletter of the Boston Computer Society, december 1984; IBM PC & Compatibles, Technical Word Processor Review Summary, 11 September 1985, prepared by the PC Technical Group of the IBM PC Users Group, BCS;
Knowledge Acquisition Goes Automatic 2-sided sheet from IntelligenceWare, Inc., Intelligence Times Monday Feb. 9 1987;
A Survey of Debuggers for the IBM PCby the Surveyors Assembly Language Study Group;
The Boston Artificial Intelligence Information packet 1987 by PM Associates, basically a Bibliography of then-current Newsletters, Journals, 'Free' AI-related Bulletin Boards and Users' Groups (1987 circa), lists of recommended books for learning about AI, references to Expert Systems, LISP, Prolog, disks and copyable software available from the Boston Computer Society, etc, all dealing with Artificial Intelligence in the mid0-1980s
The Boston Computer Society Artificial Intelligence Interest Group Newsletter consecutive run of the monthly newsletter from June 1986 through February 1988, 21 issues of the AI newsletter in all.