Happy 99th Birthday Alan Turing!

23 June 2011 | by Rob Greenwood

Today marks what would have been Alan Turing's 99th Birthday.

During his short life (he committed suicide at 41) he invented the stored program computer, became the first computational biologist and made contributions to cryptography that significantly shortened the conflict of WWII.

Sorry you were treated so badly, and thanks for everything you did for us.

Daniel Keighron-Foster
Managing Director

 

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