Michael Dertouzos, who first given the concept of Smartphone: Michael Dertouzos, born in Athens in 1936, was a well-known computer scientist who predicted the important role that the internet plays in everyday life. He also proposed the emergence of personal computers, to maximize their potential.
Professor Dertouzos initially studied at the University of Arkansas with a Fulbright scholarship, and studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He obtained his doctorate and eventually joined the faculty in 1968. He has become a professor of electrical engineering and science. from computer. Director of the Laboratory of Computer Science at MIT in 1974. He died in 2001.
Today’s Google Doodle brings tribute to computer scientist Michael Dertouzos on his 82nd birthday. Dertouzos was a professor in electrical engineering and computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In 1968 he founded Computek, Inc., a graphic and intelligent terminal manufacturer with Marvin C. Lewis and Dr Huber Graham.