Issue No. 10 - Oct. (2011 vol. 44)
pp: 100, 98-99
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MC.2011.311
Neville Holmes , University of Tasmania
The more pervasive digital technology becomes, the more important it is to give the public a reasonable account of how it works, how it might be used, and how its use might affect us and our society.
Computing profession, Analog, Genetics
N. Holmes, "Digital Machinery and Analog Brains," in Computer, vol. 44, no. , pp. 100, 98-99, 2011.