Homage to Alan Turing (1912-1954) brilliant mathematician, WW2 code breaker, and father of modern computer science. Turing’s life ended tragically, after being punished for his homosexuality and chemically castraded, he took his own life by taking a bite from an apple he had laced with cyanide.
He was the first person to theorize about the possiblity of artificial intelligence (the Turing test), as well as mathematical equations that could describe biological processes, pattern formation in nature, and human intelligence.
“Hyperboloids of wondrous Light
Rolling for aye through Space and Time
Harbour those Waves which somehow Might
Play out God’s holy pantomime” ~ alan turing