Tuesday, September 4 in Berkeley: “Alan Turing: A centenary celebration”

This Tuesday evening, September 4, MSRI is hosting a public lecture Alan Turing: A Centenary Celebration. Andrew Hodges, author of Alan Turing: The Enigma , will be giving a lecture, which will be followed by a panel discussion by Martin Davis (Courant Institute, logician), Hodges (University of Oxford), Don Knuth (Stanford University, computer science), Peter Norvig (Google, computer science), Dana Scott (Carnegie Mellon University, logic/CS), and Luca Trevisan (Stanford University, computer science).

And for those of you like me who don’t have cars, it’s at Berkeley City College! Right near BART! No need to trek up into the hills.

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