Why the Soviet Computer Failed

In 1986, the Soviet Union had slightly more than 10,000 computers. The Americans had 1.3 million.

At the time of Stalin's death, the Soviet Union was the world's third most proficient computing power. But by the 1960s, the US-Soviet computing gap was already years long. Twenty years later, the gap was undeniable and basically permanent.

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