autodidact autodidact


  • (n) a person who has taught himself


  1. A voracious autodidact, Borduas craved escape from the stifling local art scene.
  2. A prolific writer and autodidact who authored eight books and 70 magazine articles, Carnegie was a voluble, if sometimes naive, adherent of the Victorian faith in mankind's progress.
  3. Rove, an autodidact and amateur historian, insists that presidents should be judged on a 180-day timetable, since the legislative calendar follows one.


  • Learn About the FRDCSA 'Weak AI' Project (Video)

    Today's interviewee, Andrew Dougherty, has a Web page that says he is " autodidact mathematician and computer scientist specializing in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Algorithmic Information Theory (AIT). He is the founder of the FRDCSA (Formalized Research Database: Cluster Study & Apply) project, a practical attempt at weak AI aimed primarily at collecting and interrelating existing ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Slashdot

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