The AI systems have read, analyzed, and digested the entire collective knowledge of humanity. What happens when AI has read everything?
Adamsmelton writes that one day Edison bought all of Faraday's works and sat down at night to study this altitude and fell asleep there. When I opened my eyes in the morning, he was sitting and reading. Then we were both going to a hotel about a mile away for breakfast. What Edison had read made him mad. Suddenly he told me, "Adams, I have so much work to do and life is so short that I have to hurry up and say it for breakfast." Started running.
Most of the things we use in our daily lives are ancient and modern inventions of science. Behind all these inventions is the hand of great scientists and inventors who worked hard and achieved great heights. One of them was named Miss Elvis Yassin. Edison was probably the greatest inventor in history. He attended school for only three months, but his invention of the bulb and phonograph changed the lives of millions. Edison patented 1,093 inventions in his lifetime. About Edison's great service to humanity, Henry Ford once suggested that life should be called Edison's covenant. Edison defines extraordinary intelligence in these words: one decision is inspiration (thought) and ninety-nine decisions are sweat (hard work).
About Edison's great service to humanity, Henry Ford once suggested that life should be called Edison's covenant. Edison defines extraordinary intelligence in these words: one decision is inspiration (thought) and ninety-nine decisions are sweat (hard work).
The beginning of life
Edison Millan was born in Ohio on February 9. Samuel Edison and Nanny Edison were the seventh children. Edison's parents were grandparents and his mother was from Canada. The family immigrated to the United States from Amsterdam in 1959. Due to the boy's curiosity and interest, his family used to call him Elva. Elva kept asking him questions. How does a chicken come out of a hen's egg? What makes a bird fly? Why does water extinguish a fire? If no one could answer his question, he would try to get the answer from his own experience. One day Elva learned that balloons fly because they are full of gas. So she gave a boy three tablets of Suddlet Suffolk. ۔ But instead the boy fell ill and lay down on the ground and the world began to feel spinning in front of him.
At the age of seven, Elva moved with her parents to Horan Mack, where her parents started a grain and wood scrap business. Elva entered a public school and quickly disturbed the teacher by asking too many questions. The teacher used a heavy leather whip to hit the children who asked the question. Edison's son is dirty and uneducated. Elva ran home and told her mother. She went straight to the teacher and told him in incredible words (Elva has more intellect in the little finger than the whole body of the teacher) and he took her out of school. Thus, the formal recognition of Elva Edison lasted only three months.
His mother intended to teach him a play which was unusual at that time. His mother made reading a game for him. At first, he was surprised but later very happy. Soon. He began to learn so fast that his mother could no longer read him.
When Elva was nine years old, her mother gave her a comic book written by Richard Bay Parker, a famous teacher in the mid-nineteenth century. Elva Edison refuses to accept his writings. She repeats every experiment to disprove the author. Elva had more than a hundred bottles of various chemicals. To keep her family members away from them, she wrote poison on all the bottles. Says Charles Bachelor, a friend of Elva (When I returned one night, I saw Dekhaiyid Yasin sitting next to him with a pile of alchemy and other books up to five feet high. This he called from New York, London, and Paris.) He used to read day and night. In six weeks he had seen all the books and had prepared a volume based on their abstracts. He had read many books, such as Hume's History of England, The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire, Potter's Deccan of the Sciences, and Teuton's Principal of Teaching Fla.
At the age of twelve, he got a job as a train boy on a grenade trunk train. Was In his spare time he experimented with his chemicals in an empty train car. He even bought a press and started publishing his newspaper (the weekly Herald). It was the first newspaper to be published on a moving train.
Chemical experiments on Ilva's train got him into trouble. Received and threw it out of the box, along with its chemicals, printing presses, and other items. Alva had to be deaf in one ear due to this incident. However, Elva attributes her deafness to another incident. While she was trying to get into the moving vehicle, the conductor grabbed her by the ear and pulled her to the platform. I felt something breaking in my head. My deafness started from that time and then it increased.
Although Edison was not completely deaf, he could hardly hear screams in recent years. The operation may have ended his deafness, but he refused to undergo surgery. Due to his ear defect, Edison escaped a Hartmut. It so happened that Edison bought a large pile of old books for two dollars and he took it and walked home at three o'clock in the morning. Yasin could not hear because he was deaf. The guard fired, but the bullet went through Edison's ear. In this way, this great inventor escaped being targeted.
After a fire broke out in a train car, Elva began to read newspapers at the stations. Elva saved the baby in time. The Shakargazara station employee taught Elva to use the telegraph instead. At the age of eight, Elva got a telegraph job at the Ontario Railway Station in Canada. Send a message to Toronto. Edison thought it was a waste of time. He attached a part of the machine to the clock, which automatically sent the message every hour as if he were asleep. This was Edison's first invention. Was He suffering the consequences of losing his job when the superintendent found him asleep? In the autumn of 1959, Edison returned to the United States and traveled from city to city as a telegraph operator during the Civil War.
Edison worked as a telegrapher in Boston in 1959. There he completed his first invention, which he decided to sell. It was an electronic vote-recording machine, very similar to a machine used in the legislatures of different states. It recorded the votes of members of the legislature on a large board. Elva Edison took it to Washington and Congress. A committee listened to him but the chairman of the committee told him that this machine was not a priority of the Congress: it takes 5 minutes to attend. Your machine should have made it useless. Elva Edison was very angry with this behavior and said that I will not invent anything in the future that would not be needed. And he used his words. After that time, he devoted himself to the urgent need of the world.
Alva Edison came to New York from Boston in 1959. She had nothing and was allowed to sleep in the office of an employee of the Golden Dick Company. Alva Edison spent most of her time trying to understand the stock ticker. The telegraph was a type of machine used by company brokers to quote gold. A few days later the stock ticker broke and Edison surprised the manager by fixing it because everyone else had failed to fix it. There was a large amount.
Edison's busy mind continued his experiments on the stock ticker. Lefferts sent a message to Edison asking how much he would charge for patenting his stock ticker. Edison decided that he would say 5K $ and accept up to 3K $. He said hesitantly, "Suppose you offer me a good jazz." Leaders thought for a moment and then said, "Do you accept 2K $ dollars?" For a moment, Edison found it difficult to control himself. He grabbed the table to keep himself upright and said softly, "Yes!" I think it will be fine.
The magician of Menlo Park
For five years, Edison set up his first workshop in Newark, New Jersey, with money from Lefferts. This is where he started making his stock ticker. He also corrected the spelling of words and the distribution of ink. Edison improved his typewriter, making it possible to write faster than a hand with a machine. In the same year, he improved it by adding a car bin transmitter to the telephone. This was a very important step in making the telephone operator. Before this change people had to speak very loudly on the telephone.
The phonograph or record player invented by Edison has been hailed as one of the most innovative inventions in the world. Edison has always called the phonograph his favorite invention.
The idea for a phonograph came to him when he was trying to find a way to automatically record telegraph messages. He wanted to record messages on a paper disk placed on a rotating plate. It was spinning. Edison learned from his telegraph experiments how the diaphragm is made or how the discs vibrate in response to sound waves. He made a toy or a funnel in which a special funnel was attached to the cab. I went or mine! A six-year-old baby is born. Edison decided that instead of moving something, he could record the waves. He can then recreate the words he says twice. Edison drew a sketch and ordered it to be made by the foreman of his workshop, John Crosby. Crosby studied, but he was confused. He was asked to make something that was neither chemical nor electrical, but mechanical. In general, Edison did not invent anything that would be a complete mechanical good. C could not imagine what use forced Edison to make this device, but he took it and made it.
When he returned, he brought it to Edison on a cylinder-shaped machine and asked what it was. Edison said involuntarily, "Oh, this machine will smell." He wrapped the sheet of the fort around the cylinder. The six-year-old eats the baby. He uttered the words in the mouthpiece of the machine. The machine repeated Edison's words. Edison himself was not surprised.
Electric light (bulb)
Didn't invent the light bulb? Many people have been working on this idea for years. Russian electrical engineer Paul Jebelou Koff illuminated the markets of Paris with 4 arclights, but Edison wanted small items that could be used in homes and offices. Coins. In fact, he wanted an alternative heart of gas, which was the main source of light at that time.
Edison invented the successful principle of electric light in the 19th century. The employee was sent to Aizawl and another to the jungles of Japan. He had tested about three thousand things for flaming.
On October 9, after much effort, Edison finally succeeded in inserting the edged ribbon of filament into the bulb. The bulb gave a very good light. The precious bulb was burning until dawn on the morning of October 8. It burned all day. Finally, on October 8, at half past one in the morning, Edison decided to raise two litches, which caused the bulb to burn out. On December 6, Edison's invention of electric flashing light shocked the world. Edison became known around the world as the magician of Menlo Park. Edison obtained a patent for electric lighting in January. Edison did more than six experiments to invent the bulb.
Edison moved to West and NJ's large, state-of-the-art laboratory in New Jersey in 1952. There he spent most of his time completing his inventions. He organized many companies to develop his inventions. In the late 19th century, Edison began to take part in the production of animated films and films. He created a camera based on the inventions of George Eastman and others. In the year 2000, Edison combined the phonograph and the camera to create talking pictures. The machine showed some bugs and Edison put it aside. Other people later fixed the bugs. At first people thought animated films were a toy, but Edison saw them in the hope that they would be a means of teaching. He predicted that one day they would change other ways of teaching.
Some of his later inventions and inventions included storage shackles, TC meters, cement mixers, Ducata phones, and Photocopy machines. Participation continued at the same pace. He died on October 18, at the age of 84 in West and Naj.