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Slow-speed relay operated simulator of the National Physical Laboratory's automatic computing engine (ACE), by the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex, England and components by Bosch, Germany, 1950.

Slow-speed relay operated simulator of the National Physical Laboratory's automatic computing engine (ACE), by the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex, England and components by Bosch, Germany, 1950.

Slow-speed relay operated simulator of the National Physical Laboratory's automatic computing engine (ACE), by the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex, England and components by Bosch, Germany, 1950.

Slow-speed relay operated simulator of the National Physical Laboratory's automatic computing engine (ACE), by the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex, England and components by Bosch, Germany, 1950.

Slow-speed relay operated simulator of the National Physical Laboratory's automatic computing engine (ACE), by the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex, England and components by Bosch, Germany, 1950.

Slow-speed relay operated simulator of the National Physical Laboratory's automatic computing engine (ACE), by the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex, England and components by Bosch, Germany, 1950.

Automatic Computing Engine (ACE) pilot model 1950.

Automatic Computing Engine (ACE) pilot model 1950.

Passengers dining on board a Comet jet, c.1952. After two such Comets exploded in mid-air, the Pilot ACE computer designed by Alan Turing was used to help determine the design problems that had caused to the accidents.

Alan Turing and his machines - fresh insights into the enigma

Passengers dining on board a Comet jet, c.1952. After two such Comets exploded in mid-air, the Pilot ACE computer designed by Alan Turing was used to help determine the design problems that had caused to the accidents.

Alan Turing's first assistant Mike Woodger demonstrating the ACE simulator in 1950 at the Royal Society.

Alan Turing and his machines - fresh insights into the enigma

Alan Turing's first assistant Mike Woodger demonstrating the ACE simulator in 1950 at the Royal Society.

Changing the course of history: After the war, Alan Turing created the first practical designs for a stored-program computer called the Automatic Computing Engine (ACE), pictured

Alan Turing's Universal Machine is named greatest British innovation of the 20th Century

Changing the course of history: After the war, Alan Turing created the first practical designs for a stored-program computer called the Automatic Computing Engine (ACE), pictured

3 personajes brillantes que tuvieron un final trágico por culpa de su inteligencia  | Cultura Colectiva - Cultura Colectiva

3 personajes brillantes que tuvieron un final trágico por culpa de su inteligencia

3 personajes brillantes que tuvieron un final trágico por culpa de su inteligencia | Cultura Colectiva - Cultura Colectiva

Code-breaking on 'bombe' machines in Middlesex, c.1943 Credit: Bletchley Park Trust / SSPL

Alan Turing and his machines - fresh insights into the enigma

Code-breaking on 'bombe' machines in Middlesex, c.1943 Credit: Bletchley Park Trust / SSPL

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