Alan Turing

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Everton FC
Away Fan Guide: Manchester Cityand the Peak District. Pay-on-the-day car parking is available on site in the
Everton FC / Posted yesterday
and the Peak District. Pay-on-the-day car parking is available on site in the Blue Car Park G & H, accessed from Alan Turing Way (Gate 2). Coach parking is available in the Grey Car Park C & D, accessible via Ashton New Road (Gate... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Road closure causes traffic chaos near Etihad Stadiumdriver said it took him an hour and 15 minutes to get out of the the car park a
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
driver said it took him an hour and 15 minutes to get out of the the car park at Asda’s Eastlands branch. Sections of Alan Turing Way near to the Etihad Stadium have been closed for surfacing work. Pictures show the area around Asda and the... Read more
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The Register
Companies warned over hidden costs of wiping data squeaky clean before GDPR hitsmaking such changes still isn't enough when it comes to the law. Sebastian Vol
The Register / Posted 7 days ago
making such changes still isn't enough when it comes to the law. Sebastian Vollmer, director of data study groups at The Alan Turing Institute in London, said that improving the way data is collected and stored will benefit companies, too, as... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Sacred statues and board games: The history of AIcould be created, mirroring this newly discovered electronic structure and proc
Computer Business Review / Posted 9 days ago
could be created, mirroring this newly discovered electronic structure and process, and based on pioneering theories from Alan Turing. The learning process Today when we think of AI our immediate association is with conversation, this is due to... Read more
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Gulf News
AI set to play a big role in cyber security spaceartificial intelligence today.In fact, the concept of artificial intelligence h
Gulf News / Posted 11 days ago
artificial intelligence today.In fact, the concept of artificial intelligence has been born along with the computing era (Alan Turing). Alan Turing called an infant’s mind and unorganised machine in 1947 and created the early definitions of... Read more
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Computer Business Review
From Magicians to Bletchley Park: The History of Hacking“scientific vandalism”, a concept that seems eerily familiar to the malicious,
Computer Business Review / Posted 11 days ago
“scientific vandalism”, a concept that seems eerily familiar to the malicious, hooded hackers of today. Cracking the codeAlan Turing Turing worked for the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS) at Bletchley Park. In 1939 there was another... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Letterstask from the German viewpoint. They had broken the ciphers even before Bletchl
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
task from the German viewpoint. They had broken the ciphers even before Bletchley Park, staffed by such notables as Alan Turing, the inventor of the modern computer. As hostilities further commenced, Poles formed an elaborate underground... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
10 amazing things that Surrey has given the worldwas often frustrated when his deliveries passed between the stumps without hitt
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 17 days ago
was often frustrated when his deliveries passed between the stumps without hitting them: a third one was added in 1775."3 - Alan Turing: CodebreakerAlan Turing One of the town’s most important former residents spent "most of his time trying to... Read more
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International Business Times
Have an old PC to spare? Help Alan Turing's family bring computing to rural African schools Do you have any old computers lying around that you don't need anymore, or any
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
Do you have any old computers lying around that you don't need anymore, or any IT skills to spare? If so, Alan Turing's relatives need you. The family of British computing pioneer and WWII code breaker Alan Turing are urgently seeking new partners... Read more
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Daily Mail
Photos of male intimacy from a time when homosexuality was a crimeand famously, Oscar Wilde was convicted under section 11 in 1895 and sentenced
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
and famously, Oscar Wilde was convicted under section 11 in 1895 and sentenced to two years hard labour. In 1952, Alan Turing was also convicted under the same law and sentenced to chemical castration. Meanwhile in 1950s America,... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
How our city pioneered gay 'aversion therapy' - but fought for LGBT rightsfor the recommendations in the Wolfenden Report to become law. Ten years later
Manchester Evening News / Posted 23 days ago
for the recommendations in the Wolfenden Report to become law. Ten years later they did. Reform came too late for men like Alan Turing, who, two years before Grey penned his first letter to the Sunday Times, was compelled to undergo chemical... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Shipyard shows solidarity with gay community on 50th anniversary of decriminalisation of homosexualityoffences in England and Wales would receive posthumous pardons. It followed th
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 24 days ago
offences in England and Wales would receive posthumous pardons. It followed the pardoning of World War Two code-breaker Alan Turing for gross indecency in 2013. The amendment, dubbed the "Turing law", led to about 49,000 men being clearedof... Read more
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SKY News
PM: Tories 'wrong' in the past on gay rightslegalised gay weddings in England and Wales, calling it one of his "proudest ac
SKY News / Posted 25 days ago
legalised gay weddings in England and Wales, calling it one of his "proudest achievements" at Downing Street. In 2013, Alan Turing, the computer pioneer and mathematician who broke the German Enigma codes during the second world war, was given... Read more
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Daily Mail
Letters reveal the untold stories of gay soldiers in the world warshomosexual acts. A wave of convictions followed the close of the war in 1945,
Daily Mail / Posted 25 days ago
homosexual acts. A wave of convictions followed the close of the war in 1945, including of the Bletchley Park codebreaker Alan Turing, who killed himself in 1954 after being found guilty of homosexual activity two years earlier. But on July 27,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
The gay men who dedicated their lives to defending our countries in world warsrewriting the life stories of the gay men who I describe as 'icons', such as Iv
Daily Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
rewriting the life stories of the gay men who I describe as 'icons', such as Ivor Novello, T. E. Lawrence, Wilfred Owen and Alan Turing because they have all been well-served by biographers. "Short profiles of these important 'icons' have been... Read more
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Evening Standard
It’s been 50 years since homosexuality was decriminalisedtowards their sexuality. Playwright Oscar Wilde was jailed in 1895 for “love th
Evening Standard / Posted 25 days ago
towards their sexuality. Playwright Oscar Wilde was jailed in 1895 for “love that dare not speak its name”, computer genius Alan Turing was chemically castrated in 1952. Before the Sexual Offences act was passed in 1967, 50 years ago today, the... Read more
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New Now Next
Worship A Gay Martyr At The Oscar Wilde Templewill also feature McDermott & McGough’s portraits of contemporary “martyrs” of
New Now Next / Posted 29 days ago
will also feature McDermott & McGough’s portraits of contemporary “martyrs” of homophobia and the AIDS epidemic, including Alan Turing, Harvey Milk, Marsha P. Johnson, Brandon Teena, Xulhaz Mannan, and Sakia Gunn. The Oscar Wilde Temple will be... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
The weird and wonderful stories behind Manchester's most famous statuesyear. The Moss Side-born activist will be unveiled in St Peter’s Square on Int
Manchester Evening News / Posted 29 days ago
year. The Moss Side-born activist will be unveiled in St Peter’s Square on International Women’s Day, in 2019. (Image: MEN)Alan Turing, Sackville Gardens One of the city’s - and the country’s - most famous heroes, Alan Turing He is most famous... Read more
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The Register
Why you'll never make really big money as an AI devby using the 17th century Newton form of fluxions rather than the later better
The Register / Posted a month ago
by using the 17th century Newton form of fluxions rather than the later better Leibnitz notation. The smarter talks at the Alan Turing Institute also do graph theory which isn’t actually new either but at least it’s hard and no, it’s not pie... Read more

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