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IDT Open Seminar: Alan Turing and his legacy – 100 Years Turing celebration
June 23, 2012, is the centenary of Alan Turing’s birth. During this, Alan Turing Year we are celebrating Turing's unique impact on computing, computer science, informatics, mathematics, morphogenesis, artificial intelligence, and the mathematical theory of computability.In Birmingham there will be a World congress celebrating Turing centenary and I am organizing a symposium on Natural computing:
My keynote Barry Cooper is one of the world -leading figures in this field and he has written on the occasion of Turing centenary in both Nature and Communications of ACM:
http://cacm.acm.org/magazines/2012/3/146259-turings-titanic-machine/fulltextIn this seminar I would like to tell a few words about Turing and his legacy.