Friday, 17 August 2012

Best Child Turing Test Judge 2012

Chris Chapman, Best Child Turing test Judge in Reading University's Turing test contest (held on the 100th anniversary of Alan Turing's birth, 23 June 2012 at Bletchley Park), visited Systems Engineering Friday 17 August 2012 to pick up his prize: Raspberry Pi computer.

Pictures from presentation of 'Best Child Judge':

In Systems Engineering School Common Room: (from left): Sir David Bell, Vice Chancellor; Chris  Chapman, Professor Kevin Warwick 

From left: Professor Kevin Warwick, Raspberry Pi Computer's Daniel Bates; Chris Chapman and Sir David Bell
[Above two pictures courtesy of Rona Cheeseman, Research Communications Manager, University of Reading: Teenager finds computer test easy PC!]

More pictures below:

Head of School, Dr. Ben Cosh (left); Professor Warwick standing with Chris Chapman, winner of Best Child Turing Test Judge (in Reading University's Bletchley Park contest: 23 June 2012)

Professor Warwick chatting with Dr. Ben Cosh

Kevin Warwick

Rona Cheesman (left); Chris Chapman; Mrs Alison Chapman;  Reading University's Vice Chancellor, Sir David Bell; Andrew Chapman (reading book); Lesley Lord; Nellie Round; Dr. Faustina Hwang (talking with) Dr. James Ferryman

Dr. James Ferryman (extreme left); Professor Slawek Nasuto (right)

Hear Sir David Bell on BBC Radio 4's Any Questions  from Saturday 18 August 2012(from Bourne End, Buckinghamshire) with Shaun Ley chair and panellists including Baroness Susan Greenfield here:

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