Today, I read about a young man whose school described him as “antisocial.” He only had one friend, he made no attempt to socialise with academic superiors, and he always had trouble maintaining eye contact. Although, when World War II started, he played a crucial role in cracking the Nazi’s Enigma code, saving millions of lives. This man was Alan Turing, who is now regarded as the father of computer science and artificial intelligence. This taught me unique individuals hold unique solutions to the world’s most dire problems. If you feel like an outsider, it means you will crack a code that no one else will.