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Alan Turing Centenary Killing Of Turing
Alan Turing, world's first computer scientist was arrested for violation of British homosexuality statutes in 1952 when he reported to the police of a homosexual affair to avoid blackmail. He was tried as a homosexual on 31 March 1952. Found guilty he was given the alternatives of prison or oestrogen injections for a year. He accepted the latter and returned to a wide range of academic pursuits.
Alan Turing: Society failed the genius, we must learn from his loss
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Alan Turing. Maths genius, code-breaker at Bletchley Park, intellectual founding father of the computer, hounded for his homosexuality.
Turing’s legacy: even bigger than you think : Every year, Turing regulars and newcomers alike meet to listen to inspiring speakers at the peak of their subject. These acknowledged authorities on topics related to selected aspects of Turing's work make a presentation at the annual IET-BCS Turing Lecture / @bcs | #AlanTuringYear