Have you ever realized that the brain and the computer have almost similar functions? For example, if you download something to your computer, it will be just as it downloads new information during class lessons. The same applies to downloading a file or image from your computer to the Internet; your mind does the same by downloading something you learned in class and displaying it on a piece of paper. For example, your mind downloads a picture when you see something, and then loads it by drawing a picture of something you saw. Of course, even the most powerful supercomputer in the world cannot compete with a human brain, but here are some examples of similarities between a human and a recognizable machine. Perhaps in the future, as humans have developed some advanced technology, they will be able to create computers near humans.
Here are some other similarities between the computer and the brain:
Jobs and purpose
Both are used to store information, process information, and run tasks.
Functions: Both are used for mathematical calculations, implementing complex algorithms and storing important information.
A role in society
Both play critical roles in society, commerce, entertainment and science
Every living being lives through rapid thinking and reactions, and that includes us. Today, the computer plays the most important roles from specialized systems that control entire production plants to even small "fuzzy logic" chips in washers that intelligently monitor the washing process. .
They both work by combining the processes of several components and parts to perform their tasks.
The computer consists of many parts, including the motherboard (which also consists of many components), drives, processor, graphics cards and many more … all of which have their own role in computer operations. .
Like a computer, the brain is made up of parts. Besides possessing the left and right brain, there are also parts of the brain that are concerned with feelings, mathematical calculations, body layouts and many other tasks necessary for our daily activities.
Both operate by sending "logic signals" to each of its parts. The signals are both electrical
For example, the computer works with binary logical signals (“on” / “off” known as “bits”, which are grouped as “bytes” to represent data.) To communicate internally between components, represent information, and store data.
In a way, neurons in the brain are either "working" or "paused" by either releasing actual potential or not releasing actual potential.
Both of them can increase their memory storage capacity .
Computer memory grows by adding computer chipsets / external hard drives / pre-installed hard drives. The memories grow in the brain with stronger interlinking connections.
Both computers and the brain have repair and "backup" systems .
The brain has "built-in backup systems" in some cases. If one of the pathways in the brain is damaged, there is often another pathway that will take over this function from the damaged pathway. Similar to a computer, where backup files can be stored in a computer.
Degrading with time
Both can be degraded. Computers break down and brain cells deteriorate
Like all machines, computers break down over time. Brain cells degenerate with age, lose their functions and slow down due to a decrease in the number of chemicals and hormones in the body.