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Brain Power versus Data Power GHz 1887- 2018 published by mumfordbooks-guides.com. A3 Print for Sale. Political Cartoon 21 MUM’s the word: a graphical presentation of human brain waves of social interactions. Test your brain cells with science, enjoy.

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Brain Power versus Data Power GHz 1887- 2018 published by mumfordbooks-guides.com

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This cartoon is based on an original antique chromolithograph is titled “A TOUGH JOB FOR THE ATLAS OF THE LABOR WORLD”, published in PUCK, October 1887. Puck was America’s first successful humour magazine and first magazine to publish colour lithographs on a weekly basis. It was published from 1871-1918 and full of cartoon caricatures and political satire.

 

Sir Tim Berners-Lee (born 8 June 1955), an English computer scientist is represented as ATLAS. In 1989 he invented the World Wide Web, an Internet-based hypermedia initiative for global information sharing while at CERN, the European Particle Physics Laboratory. He wrote the first web client and server in 1990. Our cartoon is a graphical presentation of human brain waves of social interactions and actions of complex theories and practice at very high speeds, GHz Quantum Computers.

 

Scientists and engineers are now successful and will be able to create systems that function like the human brain using comparable scale systems that emulate human neurons and synapses.

 

For the time being, people and computers seem to have complementary skills. This means that computers are very good at tasks that humans are bad at, and humans are exceptionally good at certain kinds of tasks that computers simply cannot perform yet.

 

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Brain Power versus Data Power GHz 1887- 2018 published by mumfordbooks-guides.com
A3 Print for Sale

Brain Power versus Data Power GHz 1887- 2018 published by
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Political Cartoon 21 MUM’s the word: a graphical presentation of human brain waves of social interactions.
What drives you a Paradigm?
This cartoon is based on an original antique chromolithograph is titled “A TOUGH JOB FOR THE ATLAS OF THE LABOR WORLD”, published in PUCK, October 1887. Puck was America’s first successful humour magazine and first magazine to publish colour lithographs on a weekly basis. It was published from 1871-1918 and full of cartoon caricatures and political satire.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee (born 8 June 1955), an English computer scientist is represented as ATLAS. In 1989 he invented the World Wide Web, an Internet-based hypermedia initiative for global information sharing while at CERN, the European Particle Physics Laboratory. He wrote the first web client and server in 1990. Our cartoon is a graphical presentation of human brain waves of social interactions and actions of complex theories and practice at very high speeds, GHz Quantum Computers.
Scientists and engineers are now successful and will be able to create systems that function like the human brain using comparable scale systems that emulate human neurons and synapses. For the time being, people and computers seem to have complementary skills. This means that computers are very good at tasks that humans are bad at, and humans are exceptionally good at certain kinds of tasks that computers simply cannot perform yet.
Computers are extremely fast, so when a task can be translated (by a human!) into an algorithm (a set of step-by-step instructions), a computer will typically accomplish it much more quickly and accurately than the average human. It includes mathematical calculations and repetitive tasks that humans quickly get bored by. Humans are spectacular at several things, including pattern recognition, language abilities, and creative thinking. Computers are rapidly improving at pattern recognition, but most programs still don’t do as well as children. A classic example of pattern recognition is of recognizing faces in a variety of contexts. We can even recognize faces that have aged, or are disguised, or are obscured by facial hair. Computers are not nearly as good as humans at such tasks, but more powerful than humans when it comes to executing simple step-by-step instructions. Humans are more powerful than computers at tasks that are not easily broken into simple steps. The fields of computer science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are aimed at breaking down problems into ‘byte size’ chunks that are ‘digestible’ by computers. For now, computers are informational giants — they need the human brain to humanize theirs.

The CPU runs faster than the rest of the motherboard (which is clocked at a fraction of the rate of the CPU). Clock speed is measured in units of cycles per second, which is called a Hertz (Hz). Computer boards and CPUs run at rates of millions and billions of Hertz, megahertz (MHz) and gigahertz (GHz). Experiments to test the speed of a quantum computing system against conventional … UPDATE – The 502-qubit chip is 10,000 times faster than the quad core system and 3-5.6 times faster than the 439-qubit chip. There has to be an integration of robotics taking over every day human productive work, so it benefits the whole of society and not just the corporations. Ethics and morality should be built into strong regulations, no corporation should operate in secrete, their data has to be inspected. Data accounting, like financial accounting, has to be audited.

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