Information Age Will Yield Innovations / Potential for Growth Begins with Office Automation, Says Stuckey
Kirdavis, THE JOURNAL RECORD
What appears to be a personal computer explosion today is but a twinkling of what will happen tomorrow, according to David A. Stuckey, m arket consultant with the advanced market development division of the IBM Corp. of Purchase, N.Y.
The onrushing information age will yield computer innovations in both capability and price which will make the modern computer revolution seem as quaint as the 1950s appear today, he said.
"Just as telescopes expanded the vision to things man has not seen before, (the microcomputer) will allow us to think thoughts not thought before," Stuckey stated.
As a result, technological growth will multiply from itself, creating objectives …
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