|Birth Day||February 29, 1860|
|Birth Place||Buffalo, NY|
|Age||159 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Nov 17, 1929 (age 69)|
American statistician who, in 1889, invented a machine to rapidly tabulate statistics, making him the father of modern automatic computation.
He earned a bachelor's and Ph.D. in Mining Engineering from Columbia University.
The Tabulating Machine Company, which he founded, later merged to become IBM.
He married Lucia Beverly Talcott in 1890.
Another famous New York-born scientist like him was Abraham Maslow.