Information Theory

In the early 1900s, Claude Shannon figured out a way to use George Boole's Boolean Algebra in the real world, using electrical switches to reproduce Boole's mathematical formulas. A true genius, Shannon extended this idea to the very notion of information itself, giving birth to the Information Age.

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