Origin of Algorithm
The word “algorithm” may be new to some people but little did they know, it can be traced back to the 9th century. Abdullah Muhammad bin Musa al-Khwarizmi, known as “The father of Algebra” was a Persian astronomer, scientist, and mathematician whose book was translated into Latin, where his name was translated as “Algorithmi.”
In the 12th century, Abdullah Muhammad bin Musa al-Khwarizmi, a Persian astronomer, scientist and mathematician who was known as “The father of Algebra,” had a book translated into Latin. His name was translated as “Algorithmi.”
Since then, it has been working behind the scenes. It decides what results you would see on your monitor or smartphones when you search on the internet, and they choose whose friend’s post you get to see first. It’s already shaping our online experience and has become really helpful in our daily lives.