Steve Jobs aligned with the Albert Einstein

CALIFORNIA - Steve Jobs has become one of the names of the 20 most influential figure of all time by Time magazine. Apple founder is aligned with the historical figure of George Washington, Alexander Graham Bell, and Albert Einstein.

The award is given to figures who are considered as being a visionary and a cultural ambassador for the nation. Steve Jobs and the figure here represented as a pioneer in the digital era. As reported by CNET, Thursday (07/25/2012).

"The power of obsession with him was able to develop innovative technologies to reach their dreams," wrote Time magazine about the figure of Jobs.

When it died in October last year due to pancreatic cancer, many people recognize the figure as a person of good careers, including the Wall Street Journal columnist Wall Mossberg and former CEO of Sun Microsystems, Scott McNeally.

Here's a list of 20 most influential figures of all time version of Time magazine:

George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
Sacagawea, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
Abraham Lincoln
sitting Bull
Alexander G. Bell
Thomas Edison
Henry Ford
Wright Brothers
Margaret Sanger
Albert Einstein
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Louis Armstrong
James Watson
Martin Luther King Jr.
Muhammad Ali
Steve Jobs