Dr. Mark Humphrys

School of Computing. Dublin City University.

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My big idea: Ancient Brain

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Current:   CA114 - CA170 - CA668 - CA669

Ready to go:   CA318 - CA425

Old:   CA249 - CA300



2018-19

2nd semester, start-2019


1st semester, end-2018


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2017-18

On leave.

Working on a tech startup.




2016-17

2nd semester, start-2017


1st semester, end-2016


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2015-16

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1st semester, end-2015


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2014-15

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2013-14

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2012-13

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2011-12

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2010-11

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2009-10

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2008-09

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2007-08

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2006-7

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2005-6

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2004-5

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2003-4

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2002-3

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2001-2

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2000-01

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1999-2000

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1998-99

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ancientbrain.com      w2mind.org      humphrysfamilytree.com

On the Internet since 1987.

Wikipedia: Sometimes I link to Wikipedia. I have written something In defence of Wikipedia. It is often a useful starting point but you cannot trust it. Linking to it is like linking to a Google search. A starting point, not a destination. I automatically highlight in red all links to Wikipedia and Google search and other possibly-unreliable user-generated content.