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Electronic Clerk Takes Over

Article by J. Burrell in the Manchester edition of the Guardian on 27th Sept 1954.

The subtitle states: "LEO saves drudgery for office staff" and the article includes images of LEO I and a diagram showing the sequence of "thoughts" by which LEO assembles data and prepares answers to the problems it is asked to solve".

The Guardian published the article again on 27th Sept 2016 as something 'from their archive' and this contains a link to the full original article. View the republished article on the Guardian's website.

Please Note: This item is not in our collection and is included here for signposting purposes only.

Date : 27th September 1954

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH61699. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Electronic Clerk Takes Over

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