The Computer programme No. 6-10

United Kingdom, 1981

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No.6 “Sound and Moving Pictures” - Shows the exciting potential of computer animation and art. No.7 “Let’s Pretend” - A lot can be learnt from an accurate model and one of the truly exciting capabilities of computers is simulation. No.8 “The Thinking Machine” - Computers can learn but this program asks if they can think. No.9 “In Control” - Shows the potential of computers to control aspects of our environment. No.10 “Things to Come” - Automation in farming and banking processes and unemployment consequences.

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