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Electronics as new revolutionary factor in culture industry

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1 Author(s)
Peilin Luo ; Sci. & Technol. Committee, Minist. of Electronics Ind., Beijing, China

A brief study of history uncovers a precise resemblance between the contemporary emergence of electronics and the invention of the printing press in the 15th century. The printing press marked the beginning of a new era of culture industry which ultimately promoted all major social movements thereafter up to the great industrial revolution of the 18th century. Now the electronics, together with the contemporary light wave technology, is flourishing to mark the opening of another great era of culture industry. This new revolution, spanning over three centuries, is culminating in the ultimate integration of telecommunication, television, extremely large databases and computers, to form an Advanced Culture Information System of both global and personal nature. The appearance of human culture life will be totally transformed and will become far more magnificent than it is now

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Telesystems Conference, 1994. Conference Proceedings., 1994 IEEE National

Date of Conference:

26-28 May 1994