Technology has been vividly seen in every source and every field of work. From doing a job to school and college project to the works done for jobs, “computers” are doing great jobs for the contemporary generation. So, what about the intelligence and thinking that we put forth from our “brains” for our works? So let us look at few differences that help us know the computer from our human brain!
1. ANALOGOUS AND DIGITAL
The action potentials of the brain neurons are activating at higher levels to process information and will directly send the required signals into the brain. The same process is seen in digital form inside the systems of a personal computer. The computer uses the codes and other binaries of 0’s and 1’s to process the requiring work and information.
2. DIFFERENCES IN MEMORY
The brain uses the processing called content-addressable memory where a single keyword or vocal sense could retrieve so many memories stored in your brain-parts, both unconsciously and consciously. Whereas the computer has a byte-addressable memory, the basic set of data or inputs set on a computer, beforehand and they have the chances of deletion due to errors and virus.
Abstraction a significant component of information processing or attention, is done more quickly and that too precisely than a computer. The brain can automatically confirm on a shape seen with the simple rote-memory. A computer can only tell things from its given data and also the speed of processing decreases for a system.
4. SYNAPSES AND LOGIC GATES
The advantage of a computer is shown in its electrical transmissions. The system operates through logic gates quicker than the brain’s activation and movement of synapses, and other synaptic transmissions take time.
5. RAM AND SHORT-TERM MEMORY
The capacity for storage and the maximum limit for getting new information are fixed and are going to terminate one day for a computer. But the brain can store sources and memories in large amounts and there is no limit for getting new data into the organ from the short-term memory.
The brain tends to learn things quickly and remember it for longer durations if appropriately rehearsed. Whereas; The computer adapts by learning new things in a very weak and fixed rate of speed, and processing.
The multitasking features are seen both in computers and brains in a very variant manner. The monitor does high multitasking procedures even though the tasks are completely different. The human brain can only perform the multitasking processes like breathing, digesting and heart rates simultaneously. These are confined only to the ANS.
Both computers and brain have evolved from the past. The human brain remains in the same weight for over so many years and the monitor is still growing to be lesser in weight and also more compact and comfortable.
9. WORKING BACKGROUNDS
The computer needs electricity to work and perform actions with its respective charge resent. The brain performs tasks with the help of oxygen and energy and other electro-chemicals and hormones.
The brain cannot off or on its functions and even when humans sleep the brain tends to be working only. Whereas; a computer can be switched off, when not in use, to make it rest from it functioning.