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Class 12 – English Lesson 11: THE DIFFFERENCE BETWEEN A HUMAN BRAIN AND A COMPUTER(objectives)

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    Class 12 – English Lesson 11: THE DIFFFERENCE BETWEEN A HUMAN BRAIN AND A COMPUTER(objectives)


    Class 12 – English

    Lesson 11: THE DIFFFERENCE BETWEEN A HUMAN BRAIN AND A COMPUTER
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    1.
    “The difference between a human brain and a computer” is written by Isaac Asimov.
    2. The difference between a brain and a computer can be expressed in a single word complexity.
    3. The human brain weighs three pounds.
    4. Even the most complicated computer man has yet built can’t compare in intricacy.
    5. Even the simple computers of today can be geared for that.
    6. Computers solve problems only because they are programmed to do so.
    7. Our genes “programme” us; and our potentialities are limited by that “programme”.
    8. If a computer can be used complex enough, it can be as creative as we.
    9. If we don’t step aside, perhaps supercomputers will simply move in and push us aside.

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