Google today dedicated their doodle to the father of information theory, Claude Shannon on his 100 birthday. Claude Shannon was an American Mathematician, aelectrical engineer and cryptographer.
As a cryptographer for the US government in World War II, he established the first strong unbreakable cipher. He juggled between tinkering with electronic switches to developing an electro-mechanic mouse called 'Theseus' which could communicate itself to navigate a maze, ample like the modern-day artificial intelligence.
In the doodle that is created by artist Nate Swinehart, Shannon is seen juggling in the middle of the words 'Google and he is also known to have worked with Albert Einstein and Alan Turing.