Computers Quotes: Celebrating the Power of Technology and Innovation
Unleashing the Potential of Computers
Computers have revolutionized the way we live, work, and connect with the world. They are the driving force behind technological advancements, enabling us to accomplish tasks with efficiency and precision. In this article, we delve into the realm of technology and present a collection of insightful quotes that celebrate the power, impact, and transformative nature of computers in our modern lives.
Computers have become an integral part of our daily existence, enhancing communication, expanding knowledge, and opening doors to endless possibilities. They have reshaped industries, empowered individuals, and propelled humanity into a new era of innovation and interconnectedness.
Words of Inspiration: Quotes that Embrace Technology
Throughout history, visionaries, inventors, and pioneers in the field of technology have shared their perspectives on the profound impact of computers. Their words inspire us to embrace the potential of technology, explore new horizons, and harness the power of innovation. Below, we present a collection of inspiring computer quotes that highlight the transformative nature of technology and its ability to shape our world.
Computers add convenience to our everyday lives, but we are limited in what we can do with technology others have imagined. The ability for humans to teach machines entirely new things – coding – is nothing short of a superpower.
The real story of Facebook is just that we’ve worked so hard for all this time. I mean, the real story is actually probably pretty boring, right? I mean, we just sat at our computers for six years and coded.
You have riches and freedom here but I feel no sense of faith or direction. You have so many computers, why don’t you use them in the search for love?
I’m a very methodical writer. Before computers, I used reams of paper and stacks of index cards.
The whole thought of a career with computers – given that hardly anybody even knew what they were – it wasn’t even a concept.
A calculator is a tool for humans to do math more quickly and accurately than they could ever do by hand; similarly, AI computers are tools for us to perform tasks too difficult or expensive for us to do on our own, such as analyzing large data sets or keeping up to date on medical research.
Before computers, telephone lines and television connect us, we all share the same air, the same oceans, the same mountains and rivers. We are all equally responsible for protecting them.
A computer is a general-purpose machine with which we engage to do some of our deepest thinking and analyzing. This tool brings with it assumptions about structuredness, about defined interfaces being better. Computers abhor error.
The idea behind digital computers may be explained by saying that these machines are intended to carry out any operations which could be done by a human computer.
Shareware tends to combine the worst of commercial software with the worst of free software.
I’m not on Twitter or Facebook and don’t even use email. I don’t trust computers: one day they’ll all break down, and everyone will be knackered.
I understand that computers, which I once believed to be but a hermaphrodite typewriter-cum-filing cabinet, offer the cyber literate increased ability to communicate. I do not think this is altogether a bad thing, however it may appear on the surface.
From cell phones to computers, quality is improving and costs are shrinking as companies fight to offer the public the best product at the best price. But this philosophy is sadly missing from our health-care insurance system.
We carry around computers in our pockets. Many people barely use them as phones. We use them as computers. If you think about the future, when you’re traveling around, it’s great to have a lightweight, small form factor.
My love of computers, besides being practical, is very direct and visceral. I love the way things look on the screen.
I’m not afraid of computers taking over the world.
We need a lot more technically literate people. The computers are the tools that are going to solve essentially all problems, and the people who can use them better will be more effective.
You can look at stats as much as you want – and we do – but you can have too much of it. You can spend too much time looking at computers rather than looking at the real thing which is out there on the pitch. I still think that being a good judge of players is the most important thing.
The Internet is not just one thing, it’s a collection of things – of numerous communications networks that all speak the same digital language.
James H. Clark
I just think people have a lot of fiction. But, you know, I mean, the real story of Facebook is just that we’ve worked so hard for all this time. I mean, the real story is actually probably pretty boring, right? I mean, we just sat at our computers for six years and coded.
If you take a regular animated film, that’s being done by animators on computers, so the filmmaking is a fairly technical process.
I fix my grandchildren’s computers.
I am such a gearhead. In my recording studio, I personally engineer and edit everything on computers.
I have a suspicion that the politicians’ revival of the old behaviourist ideas and techniques will be helped and reinforced by a powerful ally – the machines we have built. The computers.
Anyway, all these computers and digital gadgets are no good. They just fill your head with numbers and that can’t be good for you.
All of a sudden, if you think about the entire ecosystem of connected devices that can pull down information, access content and allow me to share and work and communicate, the vast majority now are not Windows computers. They are iPhones. They are iPads. They are Android devices.
For me, growing up coding and computers and video games wasn’t something that was cool, but it was something that I was always passionate about. I never let the fact that that wasn’t something that was cool take me away from it.
Computers in general, and software in particular, are much more difficult than other kinds of technology for most people to grok, and they overwhelm us with a sense of mystery.
Computers themselves, and software yet to be developed, will revolutionize the way we learn.
Gee, I am a complete Luddite when it comes to computers, I can barely log on!
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Computers are famous for being able to do complicated things starting from simple programs.
I’m pretty into computers. I used to be a lot more into it when I was younger.
Everyone talks about how much data’s in the world. Except, actually, 80% of it is pretty blind to computers. I mean, it can store it. But if it’s a movie, a poem, a song, it doesn’t know what it’s actually saying or doing.
I like stuff designed by dead people. The old designers. They always got it right because they didn’t have to grow up with computers. All of the people that made the spoon and the dishes and the vacuum cleaner didn’t have microprocessors and stuff. You could do a good design back then.
I don’t think Apple would be making the computers, the iPhone, being the top electronics company it is, if Steve Jobs didn’t have some regrets over mistakes he made and learned to overcome them.
Some of our best and unexpected discoveries have been born out of crises – from the Second World War, for example, came Alan Turing’s decoding machine, widely considered as the precursor to modern day computers and artificial intelligence.
Brains are tricky and adaptable organs. For all the ‘neuroplasticity’ allowing our brains to reconfigure themselves to the biases of our computers, we are just as neuroplastic in our ability to eventually recover and adapt.
Early AI was mainly based on logic. You’re trying to make computers that reason like people. The second route is from biology: You’re trying to make computers that can perceive and act and adapt like animals.
I like people writing great songs on guitar or piano or what have you. I miss people getting on stage with real bands and real instruments and expressing themselves that way instead of with computers and technology.
With the appearance of communications networks and interconnected computers, we got the world wide web, and it changed the lives of most people, I think.
There are more clocks than ever – clocks on computers, on cell phones, on televisions, on any screen available, telling time to the digital second – but they all seem to matter less.
Computers have proved to be formidable chess players. In fact, they’ve beaten our top human chess champions.
Neil deGrasse Tyson
We think we’re saving time with microwaves, cell phones, beepers, computers and voice mail, but often these things help us create the illusion of getting somewhere – and they foster a chain of constant activity. We’re really just squeezing extra activity into every minute that we gain.
Arlie Russell Hochschild
My generation is so tied up in television, computers, and video games. When we were born, MTV was already there. It was normal.
I used to have the very standard worldview. I can easily identify with people who see computers getting faster and smarter, and technology getting more and more beneficial, without seeing the other side.
In effect, the Internet is a global connection of interconnected computers. It has been described as truly a peer-to-peer system with many distributed nodes and no central point of control architecture.