Analog Computing Machine in the Fuel Systems Building. This is an early version of the modern computer. The device is located in the Engine Research Building at the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, now John H. Glenn Research Center, Cleveland Ohio. The first utterance of “artificial intelligence,” as most can tell, came in 1955 by John McCarthy at Dartmouth Conference. That same year, Carnegie  Mellon engineers Allen Newell, J.C. Shaw, and Herbert Simon demonstrated the first running AI program, Logic Theorist. By 1964, Dr. Danny Bobrow proved a computer’s ability to understand natural language and solve