The Age of Automation by Sir Leon Bagrit Chairman of Elliott-Automation Ltd.
2: The Range of Applications
Computers can say what and when and how much, but. unless the programmer tells them how, they cannot say why. Within this limitation, modern automation technology has completely transformed the means of collecting, measuring and processing data for many types of investigation and activity. Human judgment, however, remains the final arbiter.
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A second invention for radio by Barry Bermange in collaboration with the Radiophonic Workshop
This programme is an attempt to define God in human terms and to create, in the manner of religious painting, an overall impression of Man's love for Him.
The voices were recorded from life and arranged by the author in a setting of radiophonic sound.
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