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ERIC Number: ED038038
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 249
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The Computer Revolution.
Berkeley, Edmund C.
"The Computer Revolution", a part of the "Second Industrial Revolution", is examined with reference to the social consequences of computers. The subject is introduced in an opening section which discusses the revolution in the handling of information and the history, powers, uses, and working s of computers. A second section examines in detail the implications and uses of the "discussing computer", and the final two sections analyze the future of computers in terms of war, peace, employment, society, and social responsibilities. (SP)
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