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2008 Brains and computers

2008 Brains and computers - Brain vs Computer Memory in...

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Brain vs. Computer
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Memory in brain and computer Brain Synaptic modification: rapidly modifiable Æ gene activation but not readily transferred. DNA- passed from generation to generation, not subject to rapid adaptive change Development of language to pass memories down from generation to generation. Computer Storage in bistable elements as binary code (0, 1). The number of these elements that can be compressed into a small area has increased dramatically over time as they have become smaller and smaller. in multiple loci. Many different forms of memory storage: RAM, ROM, Cache, Dynamic RAM, Static, Ram, Flash Memory, Memory Sticks, Virtual Memory, Video Memory, BIOS
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Memory storage in neurons and computers
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