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NPR: Alan Turing turns 100

Alan Turing was the father of modern computing, helped the allies win World War II, and was gay — which led to his arrest, and chemical castration. David Leavitt, author of The Man Who Knew Too Much discusses Turing's achievements, persecution, and tragic suicide.
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