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Alan Turing (1912–1954) was a British mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst and computer scientist.
Turing may also refer to:
- Turing Award, the annual award given by the Association for Computing Machinery for contributions to the computing community
- Turing (cipher), a cryptographic stream cipher
- Turing (programming language), a Pascal-based programming language used in teaching computer science
- Turing (microarchitecture), a graphics chip using artificial intelligence
- Turing Pharmaceuticals, a Swiss-based pharmaceutical company
- Turing Robotic Industries, a technology company
- Liquidmorphium Turing Phone, the first Turing Phone manufactured by the company
- Angelica Turing, a Sense8 character
- Turing baronets, a title in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia
- Sir John Dermot Turing (born 1961), a British solicitor and author
- Turing Center, a research center at the University of Washington
- Turing Institute, an Artificial Intelligence laboratory based in Glasgow, Scotland between 1983 and 1994
- Turing test, a test developed by Alan Turing of a machine's ability to exhibit the intelligent behavior of a human
- Turing test (disambiguation)
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