Alan Turing

  • Birth date

    Birth date
    Alan Mathison Turing was born in Maida Vale on twenty third on June, 23 of 1912.
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    Alan Turing's life

  • Turing and school

    Turing and school
    When he was 14 he entered the boarding school Sherborne in Dorset. His first day coincided with a strike in England, but he was so determined to go to class that day that he cycled more than 60 miles that separated his home and the school, spending the night at an inn - a feat that was collected in the local press.
  • Alan Turing and Albert Einstein

    Alan Turing and Albert Einstein
    At the age of 16 Turing discovered the work of Albert Einstein and he could not only understand but it also inferred criticism of Einstein to Newton's Laws of reading a text that were not explicit.
  • Turing's first love

    Turing's first love
    The hopes and ambitions at school of Turing were planted by the close friendship he developed with a partner a little older, Christopher Morcom, who was Turing's first love. Morcom died suddenly on this date due to complications of bovine tuberculosis, contracted after drinking infected cow's milk. Turing's religious faith was shattered and he became an atheist.
  • Professional Life of Turing

    Professional Life of Turing
    After graduating Alan was devoted to research on artificial intelligence. Because of the success of his labors he was appointed professor at King's College.
  • Alan and Ludwig Wittgenstein

    Alan and Ludwig Wittgenstein
    In 1939 Alan Turing attended the conference of Ludwig Wittgenstein about the foundations of mathematics. Both held an important discussion in which Turin defended the importance of mathematics
  • Processing of Turing

    Processing of Turing
    In this year Alan Turing was tried and convicted because of his homosexuality
  • Death

    In this date Alan Mathison Turing committed suicide through a poisoned apple with cyanide. This is the reason why one of the most important computer's factories has an apple as an emblem.