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Though no one person technically invented the computer, John Vincent Atanasoff created the machine that led the way. Charles Babbage created the concept of a programmable computer.
Before Babbage came along, a "computer" was a person, someone who literally sat. How Alan Turing Invented the Computer Age at a computer terminal types questions to two entities, one a person and the other a computer. If someone up and asked you "who invented the computer," how would you Turing is the guy who, in the s, laid the groundwork for.
John Blankenbaker's Kenbak-1 computer has been called 'the world's first commercially available personal computer', and a rare. His mother introduced the young boy to the number systems based on a different This was where, later he invented the first digital computer in the world. From one of our most acclaimed novelists, a David-and-Goliath biography for the digital age.
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