TCAC Media Subcommittee

Alan Turing has achieved iconic status for many people, and in many communities, scientific, cultural and social. As the 2012 centenary approaches, his vision and personal life provides fascinating media material. Please help us make Turing's unique contribution to today's world, and to our understanding of it, better known.

The TCAC Media Subcommittee is a very loose and disparate group of people with experience and/or special involvement with the media - press, TV/radio, film, PR, design, etc. Feel free to contact members of the group with news and background relating to Turing's life and work - and do volunteer to join if you are able to add your time, enthusiasm and expertise to this exciting part of the centenary.

Current members:

Dilbert and the Turing Test, March 30, 2008 - see also March 16, 2009
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Alan Turing Institute Almere Association for Computing Machinery The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour Association for Symbolic Logic Audioboo British Computer Society Bletchley Park Bletchley Park Post Office Brazilian Computing Society Brazilian Logic Society British Logic Colloquium British Society for the History of Mathematics the source site Cambridge University Cambridge University Press Computability in Europe Computing at School CODDII CS4FN CSHPM Computer Society of India Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica DVMLG European Association for Computer Science Logic European Association for Theoretical Computer Science European Mathematical Society Elsevier Ely Runners Enigma and Friends Association of Logic, Language and Information Gesellschaft für Informatik E.V. (GI) Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum Hong Kong Computer Society International Association for Computing and Philosophy (IACAP) IACR IET IFCoLog IOS Press Isaac Newton Institute Kurt Gödel Society King's College, Cambridge LABORES IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science London Mathematical Society LGBT History Month Manchester City Council University of Manchester Manchester Metropolitan University Microsoft Research Cambridge MIDAS Museum of Science & Industry National Physical Laboratory (NPL) OUP Plus Magazine Rainbow Radio Reading University Royal Society of Edinburgh Royal United Services Institute SCIE Sherborne School Taylor and Francis John Templeton Trust Turing100in2012 Turing Lecture 2012 UFRGS UKBR UK Mathematics Trust UNESCO Chair in Information and Computer Ethics Web Intelligence Consortium Wiley Wolfram Research

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