Computer Evolution : For A Better Or For The Worse?

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Computer Evolution: For the Better or for the Worse?
Shana-Lee Acevedo
University of Central Florida
Nazih Abdallah
CGS2100: 0W61

Computers have made their entrance into our lives, making it easier and other times causing a delay in our day to day tasks. Just like humans, computers are not perfect. In order for a computer to develop enough skills and abilities like a human, several evaluations must be made to seek if it is possible.
When replacing human senses, computers are still missing abilities to make perception and data entry accurately. For example, “Perception means to recognize and interpret. To a computer, a beautiful scene is nothing more than mathematics and bits of picture code. A secret tunnel to a computer is nothing more than mathematics and bits of picture code. A mystery presented by a puzzle, to a computer is an abstract concept that it doesn 't understand. Skills are things that computers can measure, but have no idea why someone would want a skill. Neither perception nor interpretation are abilities of a computer.” Cole, D. S. (2003). Perception and data entry go hand in hand with each other. A human can formulate results from a piece of data. If an error occurs and if it was a human error; we then know how to fix it depending on how the error was made. If a computer detects an error when forming results from a piece of data, it can either not be able to form results due to an error or leave the error out of the end results of all the…

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