Alan M. Turing


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Alan M. Turing

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Alan M. Turing, the award is considered the equivalent of the Nobel Prize in computing and gets financial backing from Intel.
In 1952, mathematician Alan M. Turing suggested that biological forms mirror patterns in the concentrations of hypothetical chemicals called morphogens.
The Turing Award, first awarded in 1966, and named for British mathematician Alan M. Turing, carries a $100,000 prize, with financial support provided by Intel Corporation.