Breaking the code: Alan Turing's legacy in 2021

Published on December 6, 2023

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Breaking the code: Alan Turing’s legacy in 2021

Ahead of the June 23 release into circulation of the new Turing £50 banknote (and Alan’s 109th birthday), The Alan Turing Institute is hosting a virtual lunchtime panel discussion exploring the life and legacy of Alan Turing to find out why he still means so much, to so many.

Our speakers’ expertise range from Turing’s personal history, his work at Bletchley Park and his scientific legacy as one of the founding fathers of artificial intelligence and modern computing.

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Panellists: Sir Dermot Turing, Dr Shakir Mohamed (shakir_za), Dr Clara Barker (ClaraMBarker), Dr David Leslie, Professor Sue Black (Dr_Black), Chaired by Dr Kirstie Whitaker (@kirstie_j)

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Links: Closed captions – https://streamtext.net/player?event=BreakingTheCode Event website – https://www.turing.ac.uk/events/breaking-code-alan-turings-legacy-2021 Slido (Q&A) – https://app.sli.do/event/azni9izn Events code of conduct – https://www.turing.ac.uk/events/policies-and-guidelines Contact – events@turing.ac.uk Join our mailing list – https://www.turing.ac.uk/contact-us/join-our-mailing-lists View and register for upcoming events – https://www.turing.ac.uk/events

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