Logic By Machine offers a historical snapshot of computers within the mid-1960’s. With an eerie soundtrack by Morton Subotnick, and crude animation, the tale of ways computers make our lives more straightforward and better is told in from time to time excruciating detail. Actual mathematicians impart fascinating knowledge and historical viewpoint at the inner workings of the earliest computers. Some topics that the film touches on as possibilities for the longer term are symbolic reality, artificial intelligence, and other social and philosophical discoveries. Logic By Machine is a compelling exploration of the wealthy and necessary history of computers.
Title: Logic By Machine
Run Time: 28:52
Audio/Visual: Sound, Black & White