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February 27th, 2011 02:36 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


99luftballon writes A near-complete collection of Alan Turing’s offprints have been bought for Bletchley Park following an online campaign and funds from Google and the UK government. They will go on display in the next few months. From the article: ‘The collection contains offprints of 15 of Turing’s 18 published papers assembled by his friend and colleague Max Newman. It includes Turing’s first published paper, as well as his initial plans for computing and artificial intelligence.’”

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