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May 2, 2021

[Answer] Reported by Harvard engineers in 1947, what was the first “computer bug”?

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...The term “bug” came from a real moth found in the Mark II computer at Harvard. The team reported an issue when their electronics seemed to keep getting interrupted. After taking some components apart, they found a real moth, and the computer “bug” was born. Today, of course, this term is used as a way to describe glitches or malfunctions.




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A real moth:


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