F. Gadducci, M. Tavosanis (editors)

PRELIMINARY PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPUTING (HaPoC 2015)

Computing machines, today, seems both ubiquitous and on the verge of disappearing. They evolve and metamorphose in everyday objects, from slates and phones to cars and watches, often, they become just part of the landscape. However, il was not always so; maybe, it not always be. The Third Conference on the History and Philosophy of Computing (HaPoC 2015), held in the Museum of Computing Machinery of University of Pisa, is the most apt event for ...