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Anatoly Dneprov (writer) (Anatoliy Petrovych Mitskevitch) was born on 17 November, 1919 in Ekaterinoslav. Discover Anatoly Dneprov (writer)’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

Popular As Anatoliy Petrovych Mitskevitch
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Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 17 November 1919
Birthday 17 November
Birthplace Ekaterinoslav
Date of death (1975-10-07) Moscow
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Nationality United States

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Polish science fiction writer Stanisław Lem summarizes Dneprov’s argument in his book Summa Technologiae (1964) as follows:


Dneprov’s short story The Game (1961) presents a scenario, the Portuguese stadium, anticipating the later China brain and Chinese room thought experiments. It concerns a stadium of people who act as switches and memory cells implementing a program to translate a sentence of Portuguese, a language that none of them knows. The plot of the story goes as follows: All 1400 delegates of the Soviet Congress of Young Mathematicians willingly agree to take part in a “purely mathematical game” proposed by Professor Zarubin. The game requires the execution of a certain set of rules given to the participants, who communicate with each other using sentences composed only of the words “zero” and “one”. After several hours of playing the game, the participants have no idea of what is going on as they get progressively tired. One girl becomes too dizzy and leaves the game just before it ends. On the next day, Professor Zarubin reveals to everyone’s excitement that the participants were simulating an existing 1961 Soviet computing machine named “Ural” that translated a sentence written in Portuguese “Os maiores resultados são produzidos por – pequenos mas contínuos esforços,” a language that nobody from the participants understood, into the sentence in Russian “The greatest goals are achieved through minor but continuous ekkedt”, a language that everyone from the participants understood. It becomes clear that the last word, which should have been “efforts”, is mistranslated due to the dizzy girl leaving the simulation.


Anatoly Dneprov (also spelled Anatoly Dnieprov, Ukrainian: Анатолій Дніпров, pseudonym; real name Anatoliy Petrovych Mitskevitch) was a Soviet physicist, cyberneticist and writer of Ukrainian ancestry. His science fiction stories were published in the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe and the United States from 1958 to 1970. He is known best for his stories Crabs on the Island, The Maxwell Equations and The Purple Mummy.