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Superiority of the Human Brain over the Computer World in terms of Memory, Network, Retrieval and Processing

By Arunodhayan Sam Solomon D, Melwin, Banu and Sashikala

Abstract

We live in a world of computers. The computers are becoming more powerful with each generation.\ud We cannot imagine a world without computers today as they are an amazing invention and has become a part of\ud our everyday life. As of today the world‟s most powerful and the most complex computer is the supercomputer\ud TITAN. But how complex is it? How about the Human Brain? Most of us think that the computers are superior\ud to us and underestimate the Human Brain. Instead ,We do not realize how complex and superior we are to the\ud computer world in reality . The Human Brain is so complexly designed that it cannot even be understood\ud completely .As with this research, there is a detailed comparison between the Human Brain and the Computer\ud world and we will get to know how the Human Brain exceptionally beats the computer world

Topics: Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General), TA1-2040, Technology, T
Publisher: American Journal of Engineering Research
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:117d68450fef478abab4abaf2a4b5018
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