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Antikythera mechanism, artwork C017/7190
Antikythera mechanism, artwork C017/7190
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Alan Turing, British mathematician
Alan Turing, British mathematician
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Pilot ACE computer, 1950
Pilot ACE computer, 1950
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Artificial intelligence, artwork
Artificial intelligence, artwork
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Digital world, conceptual artwork
Digital world, conceptual artwork
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Nuclear missile warning system, 1965 C016/4518
Nuclear missile warning system, 1965 C016/4518
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Microchip connecting wire, SEM
Microchip connecting wire, SEM
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Xray X-MP/48 supercomputer at CERN
Xray X-MP/48 supercomputer at CERN
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Artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence
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Artificial intelligence, conceptual illustration
Artificial intelligence, conceptual illustration
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Home computer, computer artwork
Home computer, computer artwork
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Promotional photograph for the IBM 1410
Promotional photograph for the IBM 1410
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Alan Turing, British mathematician Featured Image

Alan Turing, British mathematician

Alan Turing. Caricature of the British mathematician Alan Turing (1912-54). In 1937 Turing described a theoretical computer (a Turing machine) in rigorous mathematical terms, formalising the previously vague concept of computability. During the Second World War he worked as a code breaker at Bletchley Park, Britain's codebreaking centre. In 1939-40 Turing and Cambridge mathematician, Gordon Welchman, designed the British Bombe, which could break any Enigma-enciphered message. In later years he worked on Artificial Intelligence, devising the Turing test to decide whether a computer can be thought of as truly intelligent'. Turing committed suicide when prosecuted for his homosexuality, a criminal offence at the time

© GARY BROWN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Circuit board man
Circuit board man
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Computer mouse, artwork
Computer mouse, artwork
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Computer hacker, artwork
Computer hacker, artwork
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Quantum cryptography equipment
Quantum cryptography equipment
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Sperry bomb-sight apparatus 1944
Sperry bomb-sight apparatus 1944
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Young woman working at a computer in a solicitors office
Young woman working at a computer in a solicitors office
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Computer. MAC model. Early 80's. 20th century. National Muse
Computer. MAC model. Early 80's. 20th century. National Muse
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Advertisement, IBM Corporation
Advertisement, IBM Corporation
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Man in an office with an Exidy Sorcerer computer
Man in an office with an Exidy Sorcerer computer
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Sperry automatic computing gun sight by G. H. Davis
Sperry automatic computing gun sight by G. H. Davis
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EyeUbiquitous_10048487
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Countess Augusta Ada Lovelace (1815-1852), English mathematician and writer. Artist: Margaret Carpenter
Countess Augusta Ada Lovelace (1815-1852), English mathematician and writer. Artist: Margaret Carpenter
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Quantum cryptography equipment Featured Image

Quantum cryptography equipment

Quantum cryptography. Eye of an observer reflected in a mirror in quantum cryptography apparatus. Quantum cryptography is based on the principle of entanglement, a property of a pair of particles in which a change to one has an instantaneous effect on the other, no matter how far apart they are. Cryptography in this case refers to the encoding of data so that only specified targets can access it. If the sender and the receiver of the data share entanglement then any data is only readable by them alone. This is more secure than existing encryption methods, most of which rely on mathematical algorithms. Photographed at the lab of Anton Zeilinger at Vienna University, Austria

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absence, arid climate, binary, binary code, cloud, color image, computing, copy space
absence, arid climate, binary, binary code, cloud, color image, computing, copy space
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Small umbrella on a hard drive, symbolic image for data protection
Small umbrella on a hard drive, symbolic image for data protection
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Rocket eBook
Rocket eBook
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Plotter, Drift, ca. 1918. Creator: CP Goerz
Plotter, Drift, ca. 1918. Creator: CP Goerz
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Circular Slide Rule, William J. Powell, 1935. Creator: Unknown
Circular Slide Rule, William J. Powell, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Long Range Navigation (LORAN) Unit, LORAN-C, TI-9100, 1980
Long Range Navigation (LORAN) Unit, LORAN-C, TI-9100, 1980
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Computer, Weems E-1B Navigational. Creator: Weems System of Navigation
Computer, Weems E-1B Navigational. Creator: Weems System of Navigation
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Type AN 5835-1 dead reckoning computer owned by Fenton B. Sands, 1944-1948. Creator: J. B
Type AN 5835-1 dead reckoning computer owned by Fenton B. Sands, 1944-1948. Creator: J. B
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Skelmanthorpe First and Nursery School has been presented with £
Skelmanthorpe First and Nursery School has been presented with £
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Busy in the new computer room at Moor End High School are at the back Rebecca Walters
Busy in the new computer room at Moor End High School are at the back Rebecca Walters
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1980s Computing. Computer textile designers Yvonne Robertson an d Nairish Nash with their
1980s Computing. Computer textile designers Yvonne Robertson an d Nairish Nash with their
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Teachers and pupils try out the new computers in Bilton High Schools IT classroom
Teachers and pupils try out the new computers in Bilton High Schools IT classroom
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Type AN 5835-1 dead reckoning computer owned by Fenton B. Sands, 1944-1948. Creator: J. B Featured Image

Type AN 5835-1 dead reckoning computer owned by Fenton B. Sands, 1944-1948. Creator: J. B

Flight computer belonging to Tuskegee Airman Dr. Fenton B. Sands, an African-American First Lieutenant Navigator-Bombardier with the 617th Bombardment Squadron of the 477th Composite Group during World War II. He was a member of the very first 22 black navigator-bombardiers. A dead reckoning computer with yellow plastic base with a green grid. Black circular dials on either side of a slide with yellow print indicating degrees and cardinal points. A clear plastic ruler is attached to the back. Degrees and measurements included are in black. Black circular rings are held together with wire on one side. Text on a black circular ring includes manufacturer's information and an object name: [J.B. CARROL CO. ORDER NO (11-107) 44-10669 / MANUFACTURERS PART NO. 100 / COMPUTER, DEAD RECKONING / TYPE AN 5835-1]

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Silicon Valley, Santa Clara, California, USA, August 1978
Silicon Valley, Santa Clara, California, USA, August 1978
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Royal Ballet Company dancers Lesley Collier aged 22 from Orpington and Marilyn Thompson
Royal Ballet Company dancers Lesley Collier aged 22 from Orpington and Marilyn Thompson
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Electronics Computers: Girl operators working at the control panels of Bristol Aircraft
Electronics Computers: Girl operators working at the control panels of Bristol Aircraft
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The Eureka, 1845. Creator: Unknown
The Eureka, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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The Difference Engine Of The Babbage Calculating Machine, Invented By Charles Babbage In 1822
The Difference Engine Of The Babbage Calculating Machine, Invented By Charles Babbage In 1822
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Charles Babbage (1791-1871) English mathematician and pioneer of computing, 1871
Charles Babbage (1791-1871) English mathematician and pioneer of computing, 1871
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Slot machine that plays bridge, 1938
Slot machine that plays bridge, 1938
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Super calculating machine, 1938
Super calculating machine, 1938
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Joseph Marie Jacquard, showing his loom to Lazare Carnot, Lyon, France, 1801 (1901)
Joseph Marie Jacquard, showing his loom to Lazare Carnot, Lyon, France, 1801 (1901)
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ENIAC computer, c1944. Artist: J Presper Eckert
ENIAC computer, c1944. Artist: J Presper Eckert
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Weaving shed fitted with Jacquard power looms, c1880
Weaving shed fitted with Jacquard power looms, c1880
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Charles Babbages Difference Engine No 1, prototype calculating machine, 1824-1832. Artist: Joseph Clement
Charles Babbages Difference Engine No 1, prototype calculating machine, 1824-1832. Artist: Joseph Clement
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