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Alan Turing: Master of Cracking Codes (Computer Pioneers) (edition 2016)

by Ryan Nagelhout (Author)

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This book explores the life of Alan Turing, the man regarded as the father of computer science and artificial intelligence. Readers will discover the fascinating facts of Turing's exciting code breaking career during World War II, which helped the Allies win many important battles. The text includes details about his designs for one of the first computers, and how his work laid the foundation for other computer pioneers. Turing's life story is told through engaging text, accompanied by vivid photographs, a timeline, and sidebars. Readers are sure to grasp important STEM topics through the accessible scope of this captivating biography.… (more)
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Title:Alan Turing: Master of Cracking Codes (Computer Pioneers)
Authors:Ryan Nagelhout (Author)
Info:PowerKids Press (2016), Edition: Reprint, 32 pages
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This book explores the life of Alan Turing, the man regarded as the father of computer science and artificial intelligence. Readers will discover the fascinating facts of Turing's exciting code breaking career during World War II, which helped the Allies win many important battles. The text includes details about his designs for one of the first computers, and how his work laid the foundation for other computer pioneers. Turing's life story is told through engaging text, accompanied by vivid photographs, a timeline, and sidebars. Readers are sure to grasp important STEM topics through the accessible scope of this captivating biography.

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