This week we return one final time to the Bill Tutte symposium that was held at Bletchley Park in 2017, the centenary of his birth.
In this episode, we bring you the closing address of the day given by our then Chairman, Sir John Scarlett. But before that, we have the final speaker of the day, the BBC’s Security Correspondent, Gordon Corera, here for the first time in full.
The work that Bill Tutte did at Bletchley Park would help lead to the creation of the cutting edge technology of the Colossus Computer. Therefore it was fitting that in his talk Gordon looked for the connecting threads between then and now, between maths and machines, computers and people.
Image: ©Bletchley Park Trust 2020