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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But their place in history, with Alan Turing, is assured while people like me remember them.
As well as being the first openly homosexual man, Alan Turing is the first mathematician to appear on a note.
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney with an image of the next PS50 note, featuring Alan Turing
An image issued by the Bank of England of a concept of the new PS50 note featuring Second World War code-breaker Alan Turing
Alan Turing was a wartime hero whose later life was overshadowed by a conviction for homosexual activity.
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, poses for a photograph beside the concept design for the new Bank of England fifty pound banknote, featuring mathematician and scientist Alan Turing, during the presentation at the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, north-west England.
The Alan Turing suite AN ICONIC OFFERING FAMED English mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing was recently named the greatest icon of the 20th century in the final of BBC2 series Icons.
A five-year interdisciplinary research project with The Alan Turing Institute and the British Library, it has been awarded [pounds sterling]9.2 million from the UK Research and Innovation's Strategic Priorities Fund and will use AI to analyse historical sources.
The Alan Turing Institute, the national centre for data science and artificial intelligence in the United Kingdom, has supported the scoping phase of the consortium and will continue to share advice as the association develops.
ALAN Turing had a hatred of America according to newly discovered letters from the computer genius.
Scientists from the US and Europe present 15 essays on scientific work based on the contributions of Alan Turing (1912-1954).
Britain is to pardon thousands of gay and bisexual men who were convicted of crimes under sexual offence laws which have now been abolished, following on from the 2013 exoneration of celebrated World War Two codebreaker Alan Turing.
Thousands of British men sentenced for homosexuality before it was decriminalised will be pardoned under the Turing Law, named after the famous scientist in the 1940as Alan Turing, announced the government in London, cited by BGNES.