computers in industrial revolution

Jul 6th, 2015
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computers in industry since the industrial revolution, the typical image we have had of industrial production is of huge factory floors full of people working with noise monotonous and repetitive machines, which were designed to be operate by human workers.but industrial production has been revolutionised by the arribal of computers. A modern factory is still full of machines, but they are quieter, much faster and require fewer people operating machines are now carried out by computers.

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computers in industrysince the industrial revolution, the typical image we have had of industrial production is of huge factory floors full of people working with noise monotonous and repetitive machines, which were designed to be operate by human workers.but industrial production has been revol

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