Stanley Cohen (physicist)
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|Born||February 5, 1927|
|Fields||Physics, Computer science|
Stanley Cohen (born 1927) is an American physicist who worked at Argonne National Laboratory. He created Speakeasy, a numerical computational environment, and is the founder and president of Speakeasy Computing Corporation.
- Stanley Cohen introduces Speakeasy features - 1972 on YouTube
- Stanley Cohen meets Speakeasy users - 1988 on YouTube
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