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Today, Google celebrates the 100th birthday of Alan Turing, the brilliant inventor of Turing machine who is well-known as the father of computing and artificial intelligence. He is the genius who broke the German Enigma secret codes with the earliest computers such as ‘bombe’ during World War II.
Turning contributed to many research projects and developed many theories, which won him a PhD from Princeton in the US. Most reports suggests that his death was a prosecution in 1952 after discovering his homosexual activities. But there is also a rumor that he killed himself at the age of 41, after accepting treatment with female hormones instead of going to prison.
Today’s interactive HTML5 Google doodle represents the famous Tuning Machine and lets you solve a puzzle to uncover the letters of Google logo.
Still trying to solve the puzzle? Check out the video to learn how to do it.