Digitization has taken the world by storm in the last few decades. From conventional methods, we have switched to
digitals in a book, we own computers to store the necessary information.
Instead of writing letters, we have various digital ways of communication, such
as record-keeping , text messages, and phone calls. Along with that, if one is missing
their friends or family and cannot meet them, they can have a video call with
them and feel better. e-mail
The beginning of digitization dates back to the
Claude Shannon penned the article, A Mathematical
Theory of Communication. Later in the 1950s, semiconductors were invented.
The most significant landmark in digital evolution happened in the 1960s when
the first message was sent over ARPANET, the father of 1940s when . Following
that, the world witnessed the greatest digital revolution as modern-day internet -ever home
computers were invented, and video games were also introduced. Jobs sprung up
related to data entry to convert analogous data into digital. In the 1980s, the
World Wide Web first to the world and subsequently, digitization made
way to the workplaces. After that, the World Wide Web became accessible to the
world, the 2g network is made available and along with that, is introduced of cell
phones started on a commercial level and for the first time, a soccer match selling
digital HDTV broadcast in the 1990s. has
It was not until 2000 that the digital revolution spread beyond the United States. Every household had its own computers. Digital cell phones became increasingly popular. Furthermore, the digital revolution spread to the whole world. Eventually, in 2010, the digital revolution was a fulfilled dream.
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