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The Brain VS Computer battle [Science]
posted March 5 2014 15:04.20 by Giorgos Lazaridis




How hard is it to compare our brain with the world's fastest super computer? And how fair actually? Well, it turns out that its not that simple because a computer works completely different than our brain works. Point to point computer wins, I mean a supercomputer has more computer power and more memory than our brain but in the overall process the human brain wins due to its complexity and decision making.

Anyway, here is an interesting video with a short battle...



[Link: SciShow]
 
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