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Summary of 'Computing Machinery and Intelligence' (1950) by Alan Turing

1955 there are over three hundred Bombe enigma code breaking machines between the British and the Americans. Decoding the U boat messages shortened the war by a significant amount. Photo of Bletchley Park, Bletchley, UK had three Bombe enigma machines in that worked to decode the Enigmas codes.


Alan Turing Bombe machine (top) and the Christopher machine in the movie (bottom). See more pics at:


Computing Machinery and Intelligence A.M. Turing

Bletchley Park, made famous during the Second World War as a code breaking centre. In early 1941, Bletchley Park was a base for training dogs to be used for insurgency purposes should Nazi Germany invade Britain. The Airedale Terrier was selected as the most suitable breed. Intelligent, easily trained and capable of navigating long distances unaided. Trained by the wives of Bletchley Park scientists. In a remarkable feat, the Airedales were taught to recognise targets.


Computing Machinery And Intelligence by A.M. Turing. The Imitation Game Paper.


Computing Machinery and Intelligence