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London, England. On 19 February 1946 Alan Turing delivered the complete design of the ACE, a stored-program computer. Turing may be the first to conceive of the electronic computer as a universal machine, with the flexibility to logically manipulate symbols to solve a variety of problems, as opposed to a specific machine built for a specific task.
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London, England. On 19 February 1946 [[Alan Turing]] delivered the complete design of the ACE, a stored-program computer. Turing may be the first to conceive of the electronic computer as a universal machine, with the flexibility to logically manipulate symbols to solve a variety of problems, as opposed to a specific machine built for a specific task.
  
 
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London, England. On 19 February 1946 Alan Turing delivered the complete design of the ACE, a stored-program computer. Turing may be the first to conceive of the electronic computer as a universal machine, with the flexibility to logically manipulate symbols to solve a variety of problems, as opposed to a specific machine built for a specific task.