Alan Turing: Centenary Lectures
A series of 8 lectures marking the 100th birthday of the great mathematician Alan Turing. Although most well-known for his work at Bletchley Park in the pioneering days which saw the birth of modern practical computing; Turing had achieved fame well before the second world war, with a seminal account of theoretical computation and his solution to the Entscheidungs problem. An Olympic-class marathon runner, whose refusal to conform to the narrow sexual standards of the day led to persecution and an early death - Turing did fundamental research on Artificial Intelligence, Computer Programming and even Mathematical Biology. This lecture series attempts a rounded view of a polymath, one of the great mathematicians of the twentieth century, his life and his times.
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