CS4FN Issue 14

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To mark the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Alan Turing, this edition of Computer Science for Fun explores his world-changing ideas. It includes articles on:

• The life and work of Alan Turing, and how the world has changed since then.

• Modern internet encryption

• Hiding information in plain sight

• Wearable technology – the personal compatibility t-shirt

• Morphogenesis

• Chocolate Turing Machines

• Chatterbots and the Turing Test

• Semi-supervised learning – computers reading human emotions

• Computerised sand art

• Specialist software for reducing errors with forensic evidence

• Historical advances in computer science

The magazine is edited by Paul Curzon, Jo Brodie and Peter W. McOwan

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