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The Man Who Invented the Microprocessor

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Ted Hoff, Intel

Intel employee number 12, Marcian Edward "Ted" Hoff, was recruited by Robert Noyce and led the project that created the first microprocessor.


Ted Hoff saved his own life, sort of. Deep inside this 73-year-old lies a microprocessor—a tiny computer that controls his pacemaker and, in turn, his heart.

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