Asked by: Alyce Casatejadaasked in category: General Last Updated: 9th May, 2020
Is a computing system that is modeled after the structure of the brain?
Also question is, what are the similarities between human brain and computer?
Both computers and brain have repair and “backup” systems. The brain has “built-in back up systems” in some cases. If one pathway in the brain is damaged, there is often another pathway that will take over this function of the damaged pathway. Similar to a computer, where backup files can be stored in the computer.
Also, is the brain a biological computer? A wetware computer is an organic computer (which can also be known as an artificial organic brain or a neurocomputer) composed of organic material such as living neurons. His work constructing a simple neurocomputer capable of basic addition from leech neurons in 1999 was a significant discovery for the concept.
Besides, what part of the computer is the brain?
The computer brain is a microprocessor called the central processing unit (CPU). The CPU is a chip containing millions of tiny transistors.
How is human memory like a computer system?
In some ways, human memory and computer memory are similar. For example, some general characteristics of human short-term memory resemble those of a computer's random access memory (RAM). But this latter analogy falls apart when you compare the ways that a computer and your own brain store information.