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This February 14th, exactly 70 years to the day, the ENIAC, the first electronic Turing Complete computer, was presented to the public. The machine, which incorporated 17,468 vacuum tubes (somewhat like the ones you sometimes still find in guitar amplifiers), consumed 150 kW of electricity and occupied 167 m2 of floor space. It took six operators a few […]

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