The Z3 computer is presented by German engineer Konrad Zuse in May 1941 to an audience of scientists in Berlin. The Z3 is credited as the world’s first electronic programmable calculator and is used by the German aircraft industry to solve complex systems of simultaneous equations. The original Z3 computer is destroyed during bombing raids of World War II.
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