Also digitalize; especially British, dig·i·tise.
Origin of digitize
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Examples from the Web for digitization
There have been many reactions to the digitization of our lives, like the resurgence of vinyl and the entire Maker movement.Blurred Lines at NY Sketchbook Museum
November 1, 2014
Thanks to the digitization of entertainment goods and the advent of 3-D printing, a host of new applications are possible.Font of Invention
September 18, 2014
Have you seen much of a digitization of things that historians care about?The Real Legacy of Richard Nixon
August 5, 2014
Digitization has also made updating the dictionary far easier.The Oxford English Dictionary: The Original Crowdsourcer
April 29, 2013
- (tr) to transcribe (data) into a digital form so that it can be directly processed by a computer
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- To convert data or signals, such as images, text, or sound, to digital form. See more at A/D converter.
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