From the rare scribblings of Alan Turing through to the genius of Newton, Einstein and Émilie du Châtelet, we continue to navigate our way through the fascinating list of the 50 most valuable scientific documents of all-time...
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British mathematician Alan Turing (1912-1954) was one of the pivotal scientific figures of the 20th century, with an influence on daily life that today continues to grow around the world. In the 1930s, Turing did work fundamental to...
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.
“When the history books of the future are written, Alan Turing will go down in the company of Newton and Darwin and Einstein. His visions changed how humanity conceives of computation, information and pattern — and 100 years after h...
If Alan Turing Were Still Alive today, he would have turned 100 tomorrow. Or if he lived in Australia, he'd be 100 right now. That's why the Aussie iteration of Google is paying tribute to the pioneering computer genius with a Googl...