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A group of British lawmakers called Wednesday for World War II code-breaker and computing pioneer Alan Turing to be commemorated on a banknote.
"He showed the world how machines could help humans and we treated him in the most inhuman way," Huppert said.
Liberal Democrat lawmaker Julian Huppert said the banknote would celebrate a man who showed "the infinite potential of human ingenuity."