The first computer bug was actually a moth trapped in a relay at Harvard’s Computation Laboratory in 1947. The moth is still tapped in...

The first computer bug was actually a moth trapped in a relay at Harvard’s Computation Laboratory in 1947. The moth is still tapped in the lab’s log book, with the words “First actual case of bug being found”James S. Huggins

The first computer bug was actually a moth trapped in a relay at Harvard’s Computation Laboratory in 1947. The moth is still tapped in the lab’s log book, with the words “First actual case of bug being found”

James S. Huggins