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There is an idea that the brain functions similar to a computer. Based on what you’ve read so far, which brain functions do you think would computers be the best at imitating? What about the worst at imitating?The brain could very well be compared to the operation of computers. Our brain is able to store and process information for both a short and long term, similar to a computer having RAM and ROM. The brain function that computers are best at imitating is imitating. Computers have several parts imbedded within it, including an arithmetic logic unit that calculates work like the human brain does. Also, the computer has a control unit CU that is similar to the brain memorizing things. In my opinion, I feel as though computers are best at imitating the Occipital Lobe. The reason for this the occipital area, located within occipital lobe. The superior temporal sulcus, fusiform face area, the anterior/inferior cortex of the temporal lobe and the amygdala all