new Delhi: Bank of England has recently issued a new 50-pound note. On this note is a photo of the great British mathematician Alan Turing. Let us tell you that Ellen Turing is a British scientist whose coding won Britain in the Second World War. But his death has been quite disputed. It is said that he was a homosexual and committed suicide by having sex with his partner.
Remain famous in India as well
Ellen Turing is a name that is famous in America, Britain and India as well. Touring was considered a very shy and witty mathematician. Science magazine Nature has described him as the ‘best mind’ of human, machine and military fields.
Britain had ever insulted
Today, even after so many years, Ellen Turing’s photo is being printed on the pound and the Bank of England is honoring her, but until a few years ago, she was treated unfairly. Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown admitted in 2009 that Allen had been treated badly.
Suicide by eating cyanide
Significantly, Ellen Turing was born on 23 June 1912 in London and died at the age of just 41. It is said that Alan ended his life by taking a shot of cyanide. British law convicted mathematician Allen in 1952 of obscenity. He was even sentenced to be impotent by giving him medicine. Allen was gay and homosexuality was illegal in Britain at the time. People there considered it a sin.
Say goodbye at a very young age
Ellen Turing had said goodbye to the world at a very young age, but what he did in his younger age still keeps him alive. Ellen laid the foundation for Modern Computer. Apart from this, they set the standard for the artificial mind and during the Second World War, the lives of millions of people were saved by breaking the code of German army submarines.
A thought and law took life
Let me tell you that in 1936, Ellen Turing published a paper to make Universal Turing Machine. It is called brain of modern computer. Like today’s computer, Ellen Turing was trying to create a machine in which the data could be used once the data was fed. But one thought and law took Allen’s life.
German submarine’s secret message decode
The code was also decoded by Ellen Turing during World War II, and this was not due to any great work. The world did not even know until a few years ago that Alan was the one to decode the secret message of the German submarine deployed in the Atlantic Ocean. Not only this, the mathematician Copeland has written many books on Turing.
Artificial brain developer
Their greatness does not end there. Let us tell you that Ellen Turing was the first person who developed an artificial brain of the machine that could react just like a human being. Sadly, even after so many achievements and greatness, the work of Ellen Turing and her name was known to the world after her death.