The Weinstein Company / Black Bear Pictures / Ampersand Pictures The Imitation Game did not go unnoticed when it premiered in Spain in early 2015. The film chronicles the life of Alan Turing, played by actor Benedict Cumberbatch, and was directed by Morten Tyldum. This biopic,
Bayes’s rule, a simple eighteenth century theory about assessing knowledge, was controversial during most of the twentieth century.
A good way to break away from the music that deals only with matters of the soul. This is what Hidrogenesse might have thought when they wrote a recital for Alan Turing.
Turing’s influence on biology has taken a long time to emerge, but it is now beginning to grow and become important. Since Turing’s most outstanding and well-known contribution refers to the beginnings of computer theory and its use in the foundations
Turing's childhood and early years Considered the father of modern computing, Alan Mathison Turing was born in London on June 23, 1912. In spite of his struggles to learn to read and write in his first school years, Turing showed very early on a deep interest