Most mathematicians who were educated prior to the development of fast computers tend not to think of the computer as a routine tool to be used in conjunction with other older and more theoretical tools in advancing mathematical knowledge. Thus they intuitively... Knowing Machines: Essays on Technical Change - Page 180by Donald A. MacKenzie - 1998 - 338 pagesLimited preview - About this book
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