As you are reading this text, your brain is working away smoothly in order to decipher the weird curves, lines and signs that we call words. It is also sending a pulse around your body, monitoring your heartbeat and doing countless other things. If I were to write them all down, they would fill millions of books, and we aren’t even moving yet!
So, truly, our brain is a great, important and vital organ that works tediously 24/7.
In fact, a toddler’s brain capacity equals to all the computers in the world, as it constantly transforms high definition images into thoughts and recognition. For example, if you took two pictures of a car at different angles, even complex, modern computers wouldn’t know if they were the same car, but we would instantly recognize its similarities – you probably do it all the time – try it!
If you photographed a car at different angles, even complex, modern computers wouldn’t know if they were the same car, but we would instantly recognize its similarities – you probably do it all the time – try it!
It may seem obvious, but are these the same cars?
And for another test are these cars the same?
The answer seems quite obvious(the first cars are the same and the second two cars are different )but a computer wouldn’t know! Also, an “AI” machine cannot have opinions and is always programmed by a human. This means that a computer is just the work of a living organism. Hence, finally, the brain shall, and always will, overrule the machine.
Did you know?
The first computers were huge! Their dimensions were about 8 feet by 3 feet by 100 feet. It weighed about 27 tons and took up 1800 square feet of space. Also called the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer, (ENIAC), it comprised of 280 tubes, 31 thyratrons and more than 5,000 feet of wires. However, it is surprising and fascinating to view the change that has befallen on us now, with computers small enough to sit upon our laps!+