Advancement of Computer
Alan Turing said any problem can be solved given the quantity of space, processing speed, and time. We see the proof to this theory as the computer memories and central process units have advanced in the computer hardware technology. The vast amount of new programs and old problems has been solved. Even in the eCommerce web application technology we see advances in streaming video in application to further display information and make information more interactive and accessible to the end user. We see computational mathematics and computer science and the need to calculate complex equations become feasible today with the help of the computer medium and its rapid advancement of processing speed and expansion of memory. Moore’s law is somehow integral to Alan Turing statements where the advancement of computing hardware augmented its powers and capacity to process of the more complex tasks. Although Moore’s law is really a business model delineating how the expansion and advancement of transistors in computer hardware is proportional with time. In programming, problems are solved through the implementation of algorithms and based on the complexity of the problem. The amount of time and resources needed to allocate in order to process and execute the codes is based on the available memory and the capacity and speed the computer possess.
The next phase for the computer will be when it is able to process interactive voice commands through speech recognition applications. Many of the speech recognition applications that out there are still in their primary stage.