John Presper Eckert Hello! I am a fat guy. But I am a genius!
John W. Mauchly HELLO! I’M THE ONE WHO MADE COMPUTERS! I am HANDSOME right??????? HAHAHAHA.
When was it made? 1946 Feb. 15th
Where was the discovery made? This discover was made in Philadelphia America.
What are the benefits of this discovery? For people: -Make work easier -Calculate -Communicate -Research -Consume -Entertain
What are the benefits of this discovery? For company -Make work easier -Sell stuff on the internet -Communicate with each department. -Put adverts.
What are the negative parts of the discovery? -It cost a lot of money. -It hurts human’s eyes. -People hack in to others’ computers. -Kids play games. -Some people watch things that they shouldn’t watch. -People rely on computers. -People spread news that are not true. MY eyes hurt !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What one world issues play a part in this discovery? -Economics issues Country – -It makes the country more developed. Individuals –
People spend more money for the computers.
Companies monetarily –
Companies earn more money by putting adverts.
What one world issues play a part in this discovery? -Political issues - Country more developed. - It’s easier to run a country with computers. -Cultural issues - It gives undeveloped or poor country pressure. -Ethical issues -Hackers might hack in other people’s computer and it’s illegal.
how does the discovery affect the one world issues? - Economics -Cost a lot of money. -Countries or companies invest a lot of money for making computers.
Country will be more developed.
how does the discovery affect the one world issues?
- The factories that make computers cause pollution.
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3 SHH, IEEE global history network, John W. Mauchly, Sep, 10, 2008, IEEE, Nov. 17, 2010. http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/John_W._Mauchly