Posted by jaymepobre748 April - 20 - 2012 2 COMMENTS

by marc_buehler

Question by uncleclover: Is the mind considered an example of “distributed computing”?
So much of what goes on with our thought processes seems to happen at various spots throughout the body, especially those processes having to do with reflexes and such. Is the human mind “distributed computing”?

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Answer by Wyatt
The mind has distributed computing, but the mind is much much more than that.

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2 Responses to “Is the mind considered an example of “distributed computing”?”

  1. sameer j Says:

    Yeah, you can say its mind considered an example of distributed computing.

  2. hippo37 Says:

    Good one – the more I think about this the more it works in well. Also works well from a fault point of view ; if one bit isn’t working properly is it actually another bit at fault or is it teh conms? If you aren’t performing well is it your brain overloaded or do you have a problem with your subsidiary systems? Like it….

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