After serving as communications chief with a Burma-based bomber squadron during World War II, Arnold Spielberg became an electrical engineer and a vital figure in the incipient computer revolution.
He helped design and build the first business computer, patented the first electronic library system, designed the first electronic cash register, and took a leading role in developing the massive digital Shoah Institute archives holding more than 105,000 hours of visual history.
Early on he promoted the concept that technology, frequently accused of diminishing man’s humanity, can instead build connections among individuals and societies.
"My ideas". Sure.