Who proposed the theory of information age​

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  • Réponse publiée par: brianneaudreyvuy

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    the information age, also called the computer age, the digital age and the new media age, is coupled tightly with the advent of personal computers, but many computer historians trace its beginnings to the work of the american mathematician claude e. shannon. at age 32 and as a researcher at bell laboratories, shannon published a landmark paper proposing that information can be quantitatively encoded as a series of ones and zeroes. known as the "father of information theory," shannon showed how all information media, from telephone signals to radio waves to television, could be transmitted without error using this single framework

  • Réponse publiée par: candace08

    James Robert Messenger

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