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Electronic Brain : Stock Photo
Christopher Strachey of the National Research Development Corporation demonstrating the memory drum of the Manchester University computer, which has 2,000 leads and functions in a similar way to the human brain.

Electronic Brain

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Raymond Kleboe
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Christopher Strachey of the National Research Development Corporation demonstrating the memory drum of the Manchester University computer, which has 2,000 leads and functions in a similar way to the human brain.
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