Who invented the first computer is a matter of historical perspective. The history of computers is epic, driven by human passion and innovation to solve problems. A millennial might say "Steve Jobs." The Computer History Museum espouses that the first modern computer was born during WWII with ENIGMA and the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer in 1945. The museum's Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing exhibit chronicles the history of computing, from the abacus to the smartphone, through 19 galleries, 1,100 objects, multimedia experiences, and accounts from pioneers and innovators.