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Alan Turing, British mathematician (1912-1954),  altered the course of the 20th C.  His 1936 paper laid the foundation of computer science, providing the first formal concept of a computer algorithm. In WWII he designed the machines that cracked German military codes. In the late 1940's he turned his attention to artificial intelligence and proposed a challenge, now called the Turing test, still important today. His contribution to mathematical biology was no less profound.

Alan Turing, British mathematician (1912-1954), altered the course of the 20th C. His 1936 paper laid the foundation of computer science, providing the first formal concept of a computer algorithm. In WWII he designed the machines that cracked German military codes. In the late 1940's he turned his attention to artificial intelligence and proposed a challenge, now called the Turing test, still important today. His contribution to mathematical biology was no less profound.

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Joan Clarke Murray codebreaker at Bletchley Park during World War II, became deputy head of Hut 8 in 1944. Code breaking was almost exclusively done by men during the war. Clarke was paid less than the men and felt that she was prevented from progressing further because of her gender. She was a English cryptanalyst and numismatist ~

Joan Clarke Murray codebreaker at Bletchley Park during World War II, became deputy head of Hut 8 in 1944. Code breaking was almost exclusively done by men during the war. Clarke was paid less than the men and felt that she was prevented from progressing further because of her gender. She was a English cryptanalyst and numismatist ~

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Young Alan Turing (age 16) - founder of computer science, helped win World War II by decrypting the german coding machine Enigma. After the war he was tried in court for being gay, found guilty, forced to take castration pills, and then driven to commit suicide.

Young Alan Turing (age 16) - founder of computer science, helped win World War II by decrypting the german coding machine Enigma. After the war he was tried in court for being gay, found guilty, forced to take castration pills, and then driven to commit suicide.

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Statue in memorial to Alan Turing, Sackville Gardens, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, 2011, photograph by Ian Rhodes. Turing, a mathematician and logician, was considered by Churchill to have made the single greatest contribution to the war effort against the Nazis through his code breaking work. He was prosecuted for homosexuality in 1952, chemically castrated, and subsequently committed suicide at age 42, an action the British government would not apologise for until 2009.

Statue in memorial to Alan Turing, Sackville Gardens, Manchester, England, United Kingdom, 2011, photograph by Ian Rhodes. Turing, a mathematician and logician, was considered by Churchill to have made the single greatest contribution to the war effort against the Nazis through his code breaking work. He was prosecuted for homosexuality in 1952, chemically castrated, and subsequently committed suicide at age 42, an action the British government would not apologise for until 2009.

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Após a decisão do juiz Hilmar Castelo Branco Raposo Filho, de Brasília, a pedido de Marcela Temer, que fez os jornais Folha de S.Paulo e O Globo excluírem reportagens sobre o caso do hacker que invadiu o celular da primeira-dama, o site The Intercept, do jornalista Glenn Greenwald, divulgou trechos da investigação da Polícia Civil que mostra a conversa entre Marcela e o responsável pela clonagem, hoje condenado e preso; o portal também publicou a reportagem em inglês e deu uma lição nos…

Após a decisão do juiz Hilmar Castelo Branco Raposo Filho, de Brasília, a pedido de Marcela Temer, que fez os jornais Folha de S.Paulo e O Globo excluírem reportagens sobre o caso do hacker que invadiu o celular da primeira-dama, o site The Intercept, do jornalista Glenn Greenwald, divulgou trechos da investigação da Polícia Civil que mostra a conversa entre Marcela e o responsável pela clonagem, hoje condenado e preso; o portal também publicou a reportagem em inglês e deu uma lição nos…

INÉDITO: MAIS DADOS SOBRE O HACKER QUE CLONOU CELULAR DE MARCELA: Complemento a matéria do The Intercept - www.apostagem.com.br

INÉDITO: MAIS DADOS SOBRE O HACKER QUE CLONOU CELULAR DE MARCELA: Complemento a matéria do The Intercept - www.apostagem.com.br