Alan Turing


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English mathematician who conceived of the Turing machine and broke German codes during World War II (1912-1954)

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As part of this work, Dstl took part in a Data Study Group, a regular series of events run by the Alan Turing Institute in which researchers work on real-world data science challenges over the space of a week.
Breaking the Code: Richard Jack as Alan Turing, foreground, with other cast members
Sir Alan Wilson FBA FRSE, chief executive of The Alan Turing Institute, added: "The SME landscape is a hotbed of innovation when it comes to algorithms, big data and artificial intelligence.
Alan Turing was an EnglishA computer scientist,A mathematician, logician and cryptanalyst who played a key role in breaking the code of the Nazi Enigma cipher machines during World War II.
The NPL is where 20th century genius Alan Turing designed the Automatic Computing Engine (ACE) computer in the 1940s.
Prof: Alan Turing Decoded', written by Turing's nephew Sir Dermot Turing, celebrates an extraordinary man, mathematician, codebreaker, computer scientist and biologist.
Pressure for wider action has grown since a posthumous royal pardon was granted in 2013 to Second World War code-breaker Alan Turing .
The Imitation Game, an Alan Turing biopic, is a study in neatness about keeping secrets, fitting in, and defying odds-both on-and off-screen.
Catrin Fflur Huws' work is a much more hard-hitting and accurate look at the life and work of Alan Turing in an entertaining and gripping one-act play than the sanitised films that have been doing the rounds.
28), Andrew Grant took a critical look at a new film depicting the life of mathematician Alan Turing.
THE IMITA ITAIT TIATIA ON GAME (12) ALAN Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) sits in a police interrogation room with Detective Nock (Rory Kinnear), facing a charge of indecency with a 19-year-old unemployed man.
Alan Turing has received countless posthumous tributes for his cryptanalysis and for his other contributions in math and science.
The University of Warwick is one of five universities chosen as leaders of the prestigious Alan Turing Institute - who was famous for cracking codes in the Second World War.
Cumberbatch is Oscar-nominated for his role as gay mathematician Alan Turing, whose code-cracking skills helped Britain fight Germany in World War II, in the film "The Imitation Game".