Today in computer history: February 12th

Below are technology and computer-related events that happened on February 12th of every year during the evolution of computers. February 12th is the 43th day of 2024, which is a leap year. There are 323 days left in the year from this day.

Russel Ackoff pictureFebruary 12, 1919
105 years ago

Russel Ackoff was born, American organizational theorist Pioneer in the field of operations research, systems thinking and management science. Died October 29, 2009 (Age: 90).

Kathleen Antonelli pictureFebruary 12, 1921
103 years ago

Kathleen Antonelli was born, One of the six original programmers of the ENIAC, the first general-purpose electronic digital computer. Died April 20, 2006 (Age: 85).

Raymond Kurzweil pictureFebruary 12, 1948
76 years ago

Raymond Kurzweil was born, an American author, futurist, and inventor of the Kurzweil K250 music keyboard.

Sugata Mitra pictureFebruary 12, 1952
72 years ago

Sugata Mitra was born, Professor at Newcastle University in England known for his Hole in the Wall project.

Philip Zimmerman pictureFebruary 12, 1954
70 years ago

Philip Zimmerman was born, creator of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP).

ComputerFebruary 12, 1999
25 years ago

Gedit was released.

ComputerFebruary 12, 2008
16 years ago

NVIDIA launched the first Tegra mobile processor, the Tegra APX 2500.

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