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Photographs

John McCarthy testing a chess program at the console of an IBM 7090 computer.

John McCarthy at a terminal in the SAIL computer room sometime in the 1970s. In the background is a robot arm and a vidicon camera used to look at the table, upon which mechanical assembly tasks were performed.

McCarthy’s photo accompanying a Stanford Daily article by him entitled “Technology’s Potential”, ca 1972.

John McCarthy