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Princeton News: What ‘The Imitation Game’ didn’t tell you about Turing’s greatest triumph

Andrew Appel, chair of Princeton University’s computer science department, discusses mathematician Alan Turing’s legacy. Turing earned his PhD from Princeton in 1938. (Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science)

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PRINCETON, N.J. — Freeman Dyson, 91, the famed physicist, author and oracle of human destiny, is holding forth after tea-time one February …

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Andrew Appel, chair of Princeton University’s computer science department, discusses mathematician Alan Turing’s legacy. Turing earned his PhD from Princeton in 1938. (Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science)

PRINCETON, N.J. — Freeman Dyson, 91, the famed physicist, author and oracle of human destiny, is holding forth after tea-time one February afternoon in the common room of the Institute for Advanced Study.

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