Alan Turing Was Right—a Machine Could Thinkby@viacheslavvarenia
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Alan Turing Was Right—a Machine Could Think

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In March 1943, the best minds of England, including the brilliant mathematician [Alan Mathison Turing, were gathered in Bletchley Park, where work was concentrated on breaking the cyphers and codes of the Axis countries. Turing developed a number of breaking methods used to break the German Enigma cypher. He designed the world's first stored-program computer, the [ACE] The Turing electromechanical machine (Bombe) became the most important tool for deciphering Enigma messages.

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I am a blog writer. I am interested in Machine Learning, and Data Mining.


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