Tadashi Sasaki (engineer)
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Tadashi Sasaki (佐々木 正 Sasaki Tadashi?, born May 12, 1915) is a Japanese engineer who was influential in founding Busicom, driving the deployment of the Intel 4004 microprocessor, and later driving Sharp into the LCD calculator market.
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