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The Pilot ACE built from Turing's designs
After the war, Turing worked on developing a computer at the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington. He left the project in 1948, but a trial version of the Pilot ACE computer (pictured) was completed in 1950 from Turing's fundamental designs.
Described by the Science Museum as "the most significant surviving Turing artefact", the Pilot ACE (Automatic Computing Engine) was one of the first electronic universal computers.
Credit: Science Museum/SSPL
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