The first issue of Computer Science: An American History is an ambitious book that lays out a sweeping vision of the future.

It looks to the future of computing and the ways in which computers will transform the way we work, interact and think.

As part of that vision, the book looks to 2040.

It’s a time when the computing power of a smartphone is approaching 1 billion cores, and the computing systems that power our homes and offices will be able to access the full breadth of information that is currently inaccessible via traditional computers.

This book will be essential reading for anyone looking to understand how our world is changing, and how our society is moving toward a digital future.

The author, Robert R. Shilow, is a professor of computer science at the University of Pennsylvania and the director of Penn’s Computational Science and Engineering Lab.

He received his Ph.

D. in computer science from the University, and he has taught courses in computational neuroscience, artificial intelligence and information systems.

In addition to the book, the team behind the book is also working on a digital humanities course for the public schools.

Shilow said he hopes his book will inspire more young people to get involved in computer-related research.

“If I can teach computer science and other STEM subjects, then I think it will encourage students to get a deeper understanding of the world around them, and that they are not alone,” Shilows said.

“It will be a great teaching tool to give a broader perspective of what it is like to work in the STEM world.”

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