Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Graham Bell invented one of the most common instruments in use today, the telephone. The telephone started a new age in communication technology. He also founded the Bell Telephone Company, which later became the American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T). It became one of the world's most successful corporate conglomerates.
Few people realized how Bell's invention would revolutionize world communications. Many of Bell's ideas and inventions were before their
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tremendous improvement for the education of the death. He investigated the nature and causes of deafness and made a detailed study of its heredity. Bell maintained a lifelong commitment to the education of the deaf.
Throughout Bell's productive life, he invented and had numerous ideas, which benefited to what our culture has become today. Nowadays, non-hearing people are able to use a special display telephone to communicate. The telecommunication industry has undergone an amazing revolution.