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October 13, 2003

Knuth's lecture event in Stanford

Knuth is giving a lecture in Stanford on 17th of this month -

“I have always liked the concept of universities as they were in Ancient Greece, where folks who had something cool to say would just come and say it,” says Knuth. “It wasn’t about recognition; the impetus was the thought that you were resonating with ideas.” These archived tapes resonate with not only his thoughts, but with insights from students, audience members and other legends in mathematics and computer sciences.

Industry-student collaboration can thrive in this kind of open dialog environment.

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