Kostas Hatzikiriakou

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Konstantinos Chatzikyriakou was born in Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1959. He obtained his first degree in Mathematics from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1981), his M.Sc. (in Mathematical Logic) from Bedford College, University of London (1983) and his Ph.D in Mathematical Logic from the Pennsylvania State University (1989).

Under the name Kostas Hatzikiriakou he has published technical papers in mathematical logic (in the field of «Reverse Mathematics») in the Annals of Pure and Applied Logic, Journal of Symbolic Logic, Archive for Mathematical Logic. Among his translations in Greek are: Minds, Brains and Science by John Searle; H2O and the Waters of Forgetfulness by Ivan Illich. He edited the Greek translation of the book What Computers Still Can't Do by Hubert Dreyfus. He is currently translating A History of Mathematics, an Introduction by Victor J. Katz.

Kostas Hatzikiriakou's Seminar

Sept 25-27 2000: Where Does the Turing Test Take Place? On the Space that Begets "Intelligent Artifices"

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