The Peeps Pad

AI Publishing’s matrix design product present games and principal descriptions about computer coding to help the unfamiliar user understand code writing.

NoteBook Size; 7.5” x 9.75”, 50 blank Interior pages, horizontal with blue lines. All four pages insides, front, back covers are designed with games to demonstrate and delivered very basic coding comprehension. HAL a deep space computer entertainment movie, was one of the greatest science-fiction villains movie were a computer that takes control of the Discovery One space craft on a mission to Jupiter. The computer character in the 1968 film movie 2001: A Space Odyssey robot, “HAL 9000” mirrors artificial intelligence technology (heuristically programmed algorithmic computer) It recognizes and reacts to its environment, interacts with space- craft’s machine systems. Tomorrow’s workforce is going to be required to learn technology that operates machinery. This product is a coding exercise note book pad that’s designed to stimulate higher education learning in code writing and its comprehension.

Our product basic Binary code understanding its a system of representing numbers, letters, commands, images and sounds. Amazingly, it uses only two types of information to do this – 1 and 0. The strings of 1’s and 0’s that make up binary code may seem random, but of course they’re not.

Binary code is at the absolute heart of anything that goes on inside a computer – and yet it’s something that most code tutorials don’t cover.

AI publishing in the near future will present a series of threaded and glue bound exercise note book pad products, the paper pages inside the book has “blue” line pages and fountain pen-friendly.

Individuals that are in the computer code writing business we welcome any input and response from you;

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