However, there were still some progress. Allan Newell was greatly impressed by Oliver Selfridge
(Norbert Wiener’s student) ’s lecture on machine pattern recognition in early 1950s.
Allan Newell studied many topics related to machine learning, then created a printer that prints out maps combining letters.
Having a look at the printer, Herbert Alexander Simon, a political scientist, suggests Allan a joint research.
Then, they both received a Turing Award in 1975. The ‘Logic Theorist’ program they created is the world’s first A.I. program,
and it solved 38 out of 52 complicated problems from Whitehead and Russell’s in an instant.