In a new paper with echoes of Alan Turing, computer scientists have established a new boundary on computationally verifiable knowledge. The work has unleashed a cascade of consequences.
Computing pioneer Alan Turing's little-known contributions to biology – stunning hand-drawn diagrams of dappling patterns reminiscent of Kandinsky's paintings
Computer Scientist Dame Wendy Hall talks to Brian Cox about one of her personal heroes, Alan Turing, and discusses how his discoveries influenced so much in the modern world. See the fantastic full video here #EarlyComputer #ComputerScience #LGBTHM #Turing
#OnThisDay in 1944, Colossus, the world’s 1st digital programmable computer was used for the 1st time. Informed by the work of Alan Turing, the computer was designed by Tommy Flowers & made by the Government Code & Ciphers School at Bletchley Park. 📸SSPL
"She used multiple pseudonyms seemingly in an effort to get hold of possessions from Alan Turing". @kierenmccarthy tells @caroloffcbc about the allegations against a woman who authorities say took the famous code breaker's name too. Read more:
Whose face should go on the £50 note? Please support Alan Turing. He arguably did more to win the war than any other individual. Yet, far from honouring him, the legal authorities of his country hounded him to his death because of his homosexuality.