Today in history for Sept. 30

Jack Carter, Wichita State University graduate student, programs a computer to make rapid, accurate translations from the Samoan language into English in Wichita, Kan., Sept. 30, 1968. It’s part of a project using computers to translate scientific, research and other data from any foreign language into English. Although he has never heard Samoan spoken, Carter understands the languages grammar and was able to program the computer. (AP Photo)

By The Associated Press

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