The development of information technology in human life today

The rapid development of information technology has changed the world since the early 1990s, the information technology industry has changed our lives markedly and is a tool to solve many jobs. A tool that makes people get closer to Internet-based applications and server systems around the world. The development of the highest information technology is the generation of smart phones with AI artificial intelligence technology that makes life more.... Read more >>

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Che Guevara symbol of world youth

After being murdered, Che’s body was buried in an unknown grave with the bodies of two other inmates, his hands were cut off so no one could confirm his identity. However, the remains of the illustrious revolutionary soldier were still found in 1997 and returned to Cuba. During the recent memorial service, Bolivian President Evo Morales remarked: “Che struggled and died because of the Bolivian liberation movement and in the attempt to.... Read more >>

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Ancient Maya civilization

Maya Ancient Ancient Mayan civilization is a flourishing civilization of mankind, the collapse of this civilization is a mystery to scientists studying ancient Maya. The Mayan civilization now has only remnants in Mexico, civilization built by the Mayans of a South American Aboriginal tribe 2000 years ago. Is a civilized with the level of architecture, astronomy and mathematics. The Mayans were annihilated in the 9th century to the 10th century..... Read more >>

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Countries in the world

In history discover the world on people who have known and discovered continents and have formed nations Asia: Asia currently has about 50 independent countries located in the eastern part of Eurasia, divided into the following areas that will answer the question of what countries Asia consists of. East Asian countries East Asian countries include countries: Taiwan, Mongolia, Korea, Korea, Japan, China. Southeast Asian countries Countries.... Read more >>

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History of mobile phone technology development

Currently mobile phones are nothing strange for everyone, especially many young people tend to favor the generation of smart phones. The development history of the phone developed very quickly, March 10, 1876 is called a milestone of the history of telephone technology. The first inventor of the phone was Alexander Graham Bell, a first step in the telecommunications and telecommunications industry that opened a new era of communications, replacing.... Read more >>

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杜甫 DU FU

His LifeTraditional Chinese literary criticism emphasized the life of the author when interpreting a work, a practice which the American scholar Burton Watson attributed to “the close links that traditional Chinese thought posits between art and morality”. Since many of Du Fu’s poems feature morality and history, this practice is particularly important. Another reason, identified by the Chinese historian William Hung, is that.... Read more >>

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Thomas Alva Edison

Thomas Alva Edison (February 11, 1847 – October 18, 1931) was an inventor and merchant who developed a lot of devices that greatly influenced life in the 20th century. He was named by a journalist. “Sorcerer Master in Menlo Park”, he was one of the first inventors to apply the principles of mass production to the creative process, and thus could be considered to have created a public research lab. First career. Some inventions.... Read more >>

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Portrait of James Watt (1736-1819)

OBJECT NAME EnamelARTIST/MAKERHenry BoneWilliam BeecheyCATEGORY Paintings DATE1803MEDIUMenamel on copper, gilded woodCREDIT LINEThe Thomson Collection at the Art Gallery of Ontario OBJECT NUMBER2003/1342LOCATIONAGO, Gallery 109 Thomson European, Miniatures Roomette, Interior Case, EastGALLERY NUMBERAGO, Gallery 109 Inscription in enamel, on verso: James Watt Esq. of Soho, Staffordshire, London Sept 1803 Painted by henry Bone A.R.A. Enamel.... Read more >>

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History of industrial revolutions

Talking about the industrial revolution refers to the great change it brings in the fields of economy, culture, and society. Looking back on history, people have experienced many major scientific and technical revolutions. Each revolution is characterized by a change in the nature of production and this change is caused by breakthroughs in science and technology. Apple history through photos: Steve Jobs – from co-founder to the right to leave First.... Read more >>

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Karl Dönitz

Karl Dönitz was a German admiral who played a major role in the naval history of World War II. Dönitz briefly succeeded Adolf Hitler as the head of state of Nazi Germany. He began his career in the Imperial German Navy before World War I. In 1918, he was commanding UB-68 when she was sunk by British forces. Wikipedia Born: September 16, 1891, Grünau, Berlin, Germany Died: December 24, 1980, Aumühle, Germany Buried: January 6, 1981, Aumühle,.... Read more >>

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