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Computers vs. the Human Brain: Computers do fast calculations and unending iterations, but the human brain has capacity for creativity and inovation
Posted by Janee, Oct 26, 2007. 2767 views. ID = 244

Computers vs. the Human Brain

Posted by Janee, Oct 26, 2007. 2767 views. ID = 244
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I know, Haiki is a non-rhyming poetry. I didn't start out planning to make this rhyme. Actually, I already had 3 out of six lines rhyming before I realized it - then I just had to do the rest. There is a surprising number of -ation words that describe the capabilities of the human brain.
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fast calculation,
unending iteration
without frustration.

imagination -
the power of creation
and innovation.

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This post is part of a writing prompt: Man-Made vs Nature

Comments


Josiah T.
Oct 26, 2007
Well, I'm not sure about the frustration bit. I work as a computer technician, you know. I've found that they can be very frustrating!
   ~Posted by Josiah T., Oct 26, 2007

Janee
Oct 26, 2007
indeed. frustration is one of the -ations that goes with the human brain. computers can do calculations all day without frustration.
   ~Posted by Janee, Oct 26, 2007

Douglas
Oct 27, 2007
heh. yep...the frustration is in your brain - not the computers! :)
   ~Posted by Douglas, Oct 27, 2007



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