Ìyàtọ̀ láàrin àwọn àtúnyẹ̀wò "Alan Turing"

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'''Alan Mathison Turing''', [[Order of the British Empire|OBE]], [[Fellow of the Royal Society|FRS]] ({{IPAc-en|icon|ˈ|t|jʊər|ɪ|ŋ}} {{Respell|TEWR|ing}}; 23 June 1912&nbsp;– 7 June 1954), wasje anara EnglishIlegeesi [[mathematician|onimomathimatiki]], [[logician|onimo ogbon]], [[cryptanalyst|aseatuwoipamo]] andati [[computer scientist|asesayensi komputa]]. HeO wasko highlyipa influentialpataki inninu the development ofidagbasoke [[computer science|sayensi komputa]], providingnipa apipese formalizationisodimudaju ofawon the concepts ofitumo "[[algorithm|algoritmu]]" andati "computationisiropo" with("computation") thepelu [[Turing machine|ero Turin]], whichto playedkopa apataki significantninu role in the creation of the modernidasile [[computer|komputa]] odeoni.<ref name=AFP/> Turing is widely considered to be the father of computer science and artificial intelligence.<ref>{{cite book|author=Homer, Steven and Alan L. |title=Computability and Complexity Theory|url=http://books.google.com/?id=r5kOgS1IB-8C&pg=PA35|publisher=Springer via Google Books limited view|page=35|isbn=0-3879-5055-9|accessdate=2011-05-13|year=2001}}</ref>