When he wasn’t lecturing in psychology at Ohio State University, Sidney Pressey spent his down time building a machine that may one day replace him: a teaching machine. It was 1921 and the dawns of binary computing, early artificial intelligence and electronic displays had not yet broken. But Pressey’s machine was visionary and could mechanically
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