Who Invented the First Electronic Digital Computer?
The electronic digital computer was invented just over four decades ago, ushering in a series of technological changes which can only be compared to the Industrial Revolution in their scope, magnitude, and impact. Even though we are still in the infancy—if not the birth throes—of this so-called “computer revolution,” its history has been the subject of considerable interest in recent years.
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