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Alan Turing - Mathematician and WWII code breaker (part of the Britons of Distinction collection)

Alan Turing: The Father of Computer Science [Infographic]

Britain's Greatest Codebreaker : British mathematician Alan Turing, a computer science pioneer, dies from cyanide poison in Watch The Imitation Game Of.

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Alan Turing Father of Computer Science. He was an absolute genius that saved 14 million lives in the war by building a machine nobody thought he could. True inspiration.

Alan Turing Father of Computer Science. He was an absolute genius that saved 14 million lives in the war by building a machine nobody thought he could.

Only Ed Atkins’ crowd-sourced, poetry-spewing avatar shows signs of life in this clunky exhibition inspired by Alan Turing’s test to see if machines can think

The Imitation Game review – artificial, but not so intelligent

ship-ticket-560.jpg Below is a train ticket, Pembroke V is one of the code names for Bletchley Park.

train ticket, Pembroke V is one of the code names for Bletchley Park.

Alan Turing aged 16 years old

Celebrating Alan Turing's genius

Celebrating Alan Turing's Birthday This Coming Saturday

Monopoly - Alan Turing Edition.

Alan Turing Monopoly board passes go thanks to Google

Keith Stuart: A special edition of the family board game is set to depict key moments in the life of the computing forefather

Alan Turing's notes recently discovered in a wall at Bletchley Park in Buckingshire.

Papers used by Alan Turing’s cryptologists for their World War II-era work breaking the “Enigma” code have been found being used to line the roof of a drafty hut at Britain’s Bletchley Park.

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How Designers Recreated Alan Turing’s Code-Breaking Computer for Imitation Game

1859 stamp of King Ferdinand II (King of the Two Sicilies) with a deferential cancellation intended to respectfully preserve the image of his face.

1859 stamp of King Ferdinand II (King of the Two Sicilies) with a deferential cancellation intended to respectfully preserve the image of his face.

WWII Codebreaker Alan Turing Granted Royal Pardon / Jim Waterson + @BuzzFeed UK | #alanturing100

WWII Codebreaker Alan Turing Granted Royal Pardon

A life destroyed: Alan Turing, who led the way in cracking the Enigmas codes at Bletchley Park, seen here with friends in his youth. He took his own life after a 1952 conviction led to his chemical castration. The Queen granted him a posthumous pardon in

Hand drawn monopoly board by William Newman here is the true history of this artifact: "I confess to being the perpetrator of 'board' I drew on a sheet of paper in the 50s when I was in my early teens & lacked the money to buy a proper set. My brother & I played on it & when Alan asked if he could join us in a game we played a 3-some (Alan lost). Later I lost track of it about 50 yrs ago but recently turned up (w/rules) The Roman numerals indicated property prices. "

Hand drawn monopoly board by William Newman here is the true history of this…

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