Alan Turing Saved My Life Thoughts on a war hero whose country turned on him Alan Turing celebrated with Google doodle The father of modern computing has his own doodle, 100 years after his birth. Alan Turing - Life and Tragic Death of Enigma and Computing Hero Father of computing, who would have been 100 on 23 June, cracked Nazi's Enigma code at Bletchley Park and studied artificial intelligence. IHT Rendezvous: Father of Modern Computing, Nazi Code Breaker, Homosexual A hundred years after his birth, the British mathematician Alan Turing -- the father of modern computing -- is being celebrated as a pioneer and mourned as a victim of intolerance. Scientists remember Turing, father of modern computers Scientists will gather from Bangalore to Texas on Saturday to honour British mathematician Alan Turing, a pioneer of the modern computer whose code-cracking is credited with shortening World War II. Alan Turing: hero The centenary of Alan Turing's birth should be the spur for a permanent memorial in the heart of our capital, says Chris Middleton Alan Turing Is Still Alive When the history books of the future are written, Alan Turing will go down in the company of Newton and Darwin and Einstein. Wired looks at some of the highlights of his extraordinary legacy. Alan Turing's 'suicide' in doubt Alan Turing, the British codebreaker, may not have committed suicide, claims an academic. Alan Turing: Google Doodle Subject's Death By Cyanide Alan Turing was a British mathematician, a computer scientist, and a tortured soul who spent his last days plagued by homophobia. Widely regarded as the inventor of computer science, his devices–such as the Turing machine, the new Google Doodle that … Alan Turing: Google Doodle Honours Codebreaker's 100th Birth Anniversary [VIDEO] Google's virtual version of the Turing Machine, conceptualised by Turing in 1936, that helps explain how a CPU thinks in binary, i.e., 1s and 0s.
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