Alan M. Turing / Sara Turing ; with a foreword by Martin Davis ; with an afterword by John Turing

Alan M. Turing: Centenary Edition by Sara Turing. A great life history of this unsung war hero!

*cough* leo da vinci *cough*  allow me to add:  Hamilton Michelangelo Alexander the Great Alan Turing Lincoln

*cough* leo da vinci *cough* allow me to add: Hamilton Michelangelo Alexander the Great Alan Turing Lincoln<<< may I also add: literally every historical figure ever like i know they got married and had kids but trust me on this most of them were very gay

Alan and John Turing

Alan and his elder brother John in Hastings. Date unknown

Baby ball pit at First Birthday Party

Baby ball pit at First Birthday Party - make it into "snowball pit: by draping a white sheet over pool and painting balls white

John Turing's meditation on the life of his younger brother, Alan Turing. "He lived ... in some strange world of his own, full of nervous tensions of which we lesser mortals know nothing."

My Brother, the Genius

John Turing's meditation on the life of his younger brother, Alan Turing. "He lived . in some strange world of his own, full of nervous tensions of which we lesser mortals know nothing.

John's face <~ "Do you see what I have to put up with?"

Imagine if this was actually Sherlock, John and Mary though. And it's the only picture of Sherlock that John has of him smiling. Watson your face?

004 DYS La reveladora historia de cómo surgió el universo digital tras la segunda guerra mundial. «Es posible inventar una sola máquina que pueda utilizarse para computar cualquier secuencia computable», anunció en 1936 un joven Alan Turing de veinticuatro años. En los años 40 y 50 un reducido grupo de hombres y mujeres, liderado por John von Neumann, se reunió en Princeton, New Jersey, para comenzar la construcción de una de los primeros ordenadores.

004 DYS La reveladora historia de cómo surgió el universo digital tras la segunda guerra mundial. «Es posible inventar una sola máquina que pueda utilizarse para computar cualquier secuencia computable», anunció en 1936 un joven Alan Turing de veinticuatro años. En los años 40 y 50 un reducido grupo de hombres y mujeres, liderado por John von Neumann, se reunió en Princeton, New Jersey, para comenzar la construcción de una de los primeros ordenadores.

The First Five Kilobytes are the Hardest: Alan Turing, John von Neumann, and the Origins of the Digital Universe at the IAS

The First Five Kilobytes are the Hardest: Alan Turing, John von Neumann, and the Origins of the Digital Universe at the IAS

Konrad Zuse (1910 – 1995): quanti conoscono questo nome e quanti celebreranno il centenario della sua nascita? Eppure è stato lo scienziato che ha costruito il primo computer moderno. Se cercate in rete il “padre del computer”, troverete i nomi di Alan Turing, Charles Babbage, John von Neumann o addirittura Steve Jobs, ma raramente verrà fuori il nome di Zuse.  http://areeweb.polito.it/didattica/polymath/ICT/Htmls/Interventi/Articoli/Italia/ZuseComputer/ZuseComputer.htm

Progetto Polymath - L’inventore del computer

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