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Happy #TriviaTuesday ! The term “Artificial Intelligence” was coined by _____________ in __________. Alan Turing in 1950 —> 🔁Retweet John McCarthy in 1955 —> ❤️Like

Written in the early parts of the 15th century, the Voynich Manuscript, a 240-page compendium of seemingly illegible and likely codified text, has amassed a proud track record of confounding scholars and eminent code breakers, including Alan Turing, alike

@deniffel  @GeePawHillTo  quote Alan Turing after writing the first programs to ever run on an electronic computer in 1945-6: “One of our problems will be the maintenance of an appropriate discipline, so that we do not lose track of what we are doing.”

ICYMI: Hallucinations that people see while under the influence of psychedelic drugs might be “stochastic Turing patterns,” according to a new theory that builds on the work of mathematician and code-breaker Alan Turing.

Alan M. Turing (1950): Computing Machinery and Intelligence: "The view that machines cannot give rise to surprises is due, I believe, to a fallacy to which philosophers and mathematicians are particularly subject. This is the assumption that as soon ...

I believe that at the end of the century the use of words and general educated opinion...- Alan Turing

Brilliant though he was, Alan Turing had lots of help breaking the Enigma code.

Alan Turing’s legacy should be for his triumphs, rather than his tragedy

Alan Turing will be the new face of the UK's 50-pound note.

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“A genius. A saviour. But he was also autistic and gay. So we betrayed him.” 's speech about winner #Iconsuring '>Alan #Iconsuring  might just make you cry.

“A genius. A saviour. But he was also autistic and gay. So we betrayed him.” 's speech about winner #Iconsuring '>Alan #Iconsuring  might just make you cry.

Introducing the face of the new £50 note - the father of computer science, Alan Turing.” Find out more #Turing50  #ThinkScience 

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Alan Turing, World War Two codebreaker and mathematician, will be the face of new Bank of England £50 note

Alan Turing, the computing pioneer who became one of the most influential code breakers of World War II, has been chosen by the Bank of England to be the new face of its 50-pound note

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.

Brilliant news from the Bank of England: War-time code breaker,Alan Turing is the face on the £50 note (not that you or I will ever see one!), Has ever a man been be more celebrated in death..how tragic that he suffered at the hands of bigots in life.

And... Alan Turing has been voted the greatest and most influential figure of the 20th Century! 🙌 #Icons 

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Happy birthday to genius Alan Turing, who played a pivotal role in helping the Allies win in World War II, and who was treated awfully by the UK government during his brief time on this earth.

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