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Pilot ACE

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Alan Turing's Pilot Ace computer - the world's first general purpose computer

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The Pilot Ace (1982)

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Piloting Computing - Alan Turing's Automatic Computing Engine

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Pilot ACE Computer - NPL (UK) 1951

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From Pilot Ace to the Bendix G-15, lecture by Harry Huskey

The Pilot ACE was one of the first computers built in the United Kingdom at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in the early 1950s. It was also one of the earliest stored-program computers, joining other UK designs like the Manchester Mark 1 and EDSAC of the same era. The design is one of the earliest general computers designed by Alan Turing, although he left NPL before it was completed.
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