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Science
Subject:
Technology
Grade:
12,11

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New capabilities of old IBM

A world of Computers When Charles Babbage, a professor of Mathematics at Cambridge university, invented the first calculating machine in 1812 he couldn't even imagine the consequences of this discovery. Today everything we do in the world is associated with or controlled by computers. Computers are used more and more often in the world today. They are far more efficient and powerful than human capabilities. They have much better memory and they can store much information. No man alive can do 500000 calculation in one second, but a computer can. In fact, computers can do many of the things we do, but faster and better. They can predict weather, and even play chess, write poetry or compose music. Every day computers increase our knowlege and expand our outlook.Computers that can be taught Ordinary computer can use not only the data stored in the hard disk.Actually, they have many others capabilities. Computers can not only help people to learn, but they can be taught too.Now scientists have designed machines, that are capable of learning from their experience and remembering what they have learned. Such a machine is capable of recognizing objects without human help or control. But of course, they can make many mistakes.Computers at the school Information science with the new ideas and capabilities is of great importance today. That's why computer technology must be taught in school. The new subjects “basic information science” and “computing machines” was introduced for the pupils at schools. Contact with the machine increases the interest in learning, makes them more serious about studying new subject. Pupils want to learn more conveniently. Studying on the computers are easier and more habitually for them. Young people who finish the school must be trained to operate computers.


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