Rise of fifth generation



Whatever the fifth generation computer we see in today's era, the credit goes to Japan, Japan's (MITI) department started it in 1982 to carry out this work in 1982, in which the computer Designed using parallel computing and logic programming correctly.Fifth generation computers have been developed based on parallel processing hardware and AI (artificial intelligence) software.The aim was to create an "epoch-making computer" with a supercomputer-like function and provide an important role for future developments in artificial intelligence. In computer science, Artificial Intelligence is very important role, Artificial Intelligence is the advancement to make computer like human being. Works on All types of high-level languages ​​such as C and C ++, Java, .Net etc. are used in this generation.


In the late 1990s to the late 1960s, there was much discussion about "generations" of computer hardware - usually "three generations". Thirst generation: Thermionic vacuum tubes. Mid 1940s. IBM pioneered the arrangement of vacuum tubes in pluggable modules. IBM 650 was a first generation computer.

Transistors in second generation. 1956. The era of miniaturization began. Transistors are much smaller than a vacuum tube, used less power, and used much more heat than vacuum tubes. Discrete transistors are coupled to a circuit board, with interconnects performed by stencil-screened conductive patterns on the reverse side. The IBM 7090 is an example of a second generation computer.

Third generation computer integrated circuits (silicon chips with multiple transistors). Came in 1949 on the basis of which. A prime example is the ACPX module used in IBM 360/91, which, by stacking layers of silicon on a ceramic substrate, accommodates more than 20 transistors per chip; The chips can be packaged together on a circuit board to unheard the logic density. The IBM 360/91 was known as a hybrid second- and third-generation computer.

**some feature of fifth generation computer**

1> These will be built around the concepts of fifth generation computer logic programming.
2>Further advancement in superconductor technology.
3> More user friendly interface with multimedia features.
4> Availability of very powerful computers and compact computers at affordable rates.
5> Equipped with ULSI technology.
6> Combining the development of true artificial intelligence.
7> Development of natural language processing in the right way
Advances in parallel processing.

**example of fifth generation computer**

1> The desktop.
2> The laptop.
3> notebook.
4> Ultrabook.
5> Chromebook.


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