The Man Who Helped Invent The ATM Is Missing

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  1. Martin

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    "Gray, founder and manager of Microsoft's Bay Area Research Center in San Francisco, won the A.M. Turing Award -- the "Nobel Prize of computer science" -- in 1998 for research that paved the way for automatic teller machines, computerized airline reservations and online shopping."

    He set sail to scatter his mothers ashes and has not been heard from since. The Coast Guard said it has searched everywhere it can and has found no trace of Gray. Interesting mystery.

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