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Bbn Lisp

BBN LISP is a programming language introduced in the late 1960s at Bolt, Beranek and Newman (BBN) Inc. The evolution of the original MIT AI Lab's LISP language — developed by Timothy P. Hart and Mike Levin — BBN LISP was one of many dialects that arose during this period in computing history. This dialect became part of a generation of languages heavily influenced by early artificial intelligence research, including its namesake data handling structure, list processing. While BBN LISP has remained largely an artifact of the past with subsequent developments enhancing Lisp-family languages, it holds historic significance as one iteration in adaptations made to meet various computational needs for AI development over time.

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