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John R. Koza is a computer scientist and a former consulting professor at Stanford University, most notable for his work in pioneering the use of genetic programming for the optimization of complex problems. He was a cofounder of Scientific Games Corporation, a company which built computer systems to run state lotteries in the United States. John Koza is also credited with being the creator of the 'scratch card' with the help of retail promotions specialist Daniel Bower.

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  • È docente alla Stanford University. È stato cofondatore della Scientific Games (la società che gestisce l'infrastruttura informatica delle lotterie nazionali statunitensi) e fondatore della Genetic Programming. John Koza possiede un'azienda chiamata Genetic Programming Inc., e utilizza un cluster Beowulf di 1000 nodi, composto da processori Pentium II e Dec Alpha, per svolgere le sue ricerche.
  • John R. Koza is a computer scientist and a former consulting professor at Stanford University, most notable for his work in pioneering the use of genetic programming for the optimization of complex problems. He was a cofounder of Scientific Games Corporation, a company which built computer systems to run state lotteries in the United States. John Koza is also credited with being the creator of the 'scratch card' with the help of retail promotions specialist Daniel Bower.
  • John R. Koza é um cientista da computação e professor consultor na Universidade de Stanford, reconhecido pelo uso pioneiro de programação genética para otimização de problemas complexos. Koza é co-fundador da Scientific Games Corporation, empresa que desenvolve sistemas utilizados por loterias estaduais americanas. Koza obteve o título de doutor em Ciência da Computação pela Universidade de Michigan em 1972. O título de sua tese foi "On Inducing a Non-Trivial, Parsimonious Grammar for a Given Sample of Sentences".
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  • John R. Koza is a computer scientist and a former consulting professor at Stanford University, most notable for his work in pioneering the use of genetic programming for the optimization of complex problems. He was a cofounder of Scientific Games Corporation, a company which built computer systems to run state lotteries in the United States. John Koza is also credited with being the creator of the 'scratch card' with the help of retail promotions specialist Daniel Bower. Koza has a PhD in computer science from the University of Michigan (1972). His thesis was titled On Inducing a Non-Trivial, Parsimonious Grammar for a Given Sample of Sentences. John Koza has his own company Genetic Programming Inc., and uses a 1000 node Beowulf cluster, composed of Pentium II and DEC Alpha processors, to do his research. Koza was featured in Popular Science for his work on evolutionary programming that alters its own code to find far more complex solutions. The machine, which he calls the "invention machine", has created antennae, circuits, and lenses, and has received a patent from the US Patent Office. In 2006 Koza suggested a plan to revamp the Electoral College in the United States such that candidates would be elected by a National Popular Vote.
  • È docente alla Stanford University. È stato cofondatore della Scientific Games (la società che gestisce l'infrastruttura informatica delle lotterie nazionali statunitensi) e fondatore della Genetic Programming. John Koza possiede un'azienda chiamata Genetic Programming Inc., e utilizza un cluster Beowulf di 1000 nodi, composto da processori Pentium II e Dec Alpha, per svolgere le sue ricerche.
  • John R. Koza é um cientista da computação e professor consultor na Universidade de Stanford, reconhecido pelo uso pioneiro de programação genética para otimização de problemas complexos. Koza é co-fundador da Scientific Games Corporation, empresa que desenvolve sistemas utilizados por loterias estaduais americanas. Koza obteve o título de doutor em Ciência da Computação pela Universidade de Michigan em 1972. O título de sua tese foi "On Inducing a Non-Trivial, Parsimonious Grammar for a Given Sample of Sentences". John Koza tem sua própria empresa, Genetic Programming Inc. Para suas pesquisas, utiliza um cluster Beowulf com 1000 nós, formado por processadores Pentium II e DEC Alpha.
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