Win an exclusive, personal, behind-the-scene tour of Turing's Bletchley Park, conducted by B. Jack Copeland, Director of the Turing Archive for the History of Computing and author of Colossus, The Essential Turing, Alan Turing's Electronic Brain and Turing: Pioneer of the Information Age.
We've teamed with Oxford University Press and Bletchley Park to bring you this competition in celebration of the centenary of Alan Turing's birth. Closing date: Friday 22nd June at 5pm
For your chance to win simply answer the question below and enter your email address.
Prolific, visionary, supremely creative, Alan Turing is justly called 'the father of the Computer Age'. Only one of the following was NOT his brain-child. Which one?