October 1, 2022


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World’s to start with computer, the Antikythera System, ‘started up’ in 178 B.C., experts claim

The mysterious Antikythera mechanism, considered by some to be the world’s very first personal computer, was initial “started off up” on Dec. 22, 178 B.C., archaeologists have now located.

Learned by sponge divers in a Roman-era shipwreck around the Greek island of Antikythera in 1901, the elaborate historic pc, which seems like a shoebox-dimensions contraption with gears and dials that have numerous small inscriptions prepared on them, could forecast eclipses and establish when various athletic video games took area, amongst other features.