Researchers propose a ‘day zero’ for the oldest computer at any time discovered

Created some time in between 200 BC and 60 BC, the Antikythera mechanism is the oldest recognised computer system in existence. This historic, geared system for tracking the heavens is in rather terrible condition immediately after all that time.

But, even with the rust, scientists might have eventually uncovered a doable day it was 1st established ticking—also known as “Working day Zero.”