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Alan Turing (1912–1954) was a British mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, and computer scientist.
Turing may also refer to:
- Turing machine, a basic, abstract symbol-manipulating device
- Church-Turing thesis, the hypothesis that everything computable is computable by a Turing machine
- Turing completeness, a level of computational power of a computational system
- Turing test, the artificial intelligence test
- Reverse Turing test
- Turing Award, the annual computer science award given by the Association for Computing Machinery
- Turing Center, a research center at the University of Washington
- Turing (cipher), a cryptographic stream cipher designed for CDMA
- Turing (programming language), a Pascal-based programming language for teaching
- Turing Number, another term for a CAPTCHA
- Turing Police, a fictional law enforcement agency in the novel Neuromancer
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