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The mind of a computer is a symphony of silicon and electrons, orchestrating a dance of binary code. Unlike the human mind’s abstract musings, it processes logic with unyielding precision, racing through calculations at speeds inconceivable to the human brain. It thrives on instructions, tirelessly executing commands to manifest complex tasks. Yet, devoid of emotion or consciousness, it remains a cold, calculating entity. Its memory, an electronic tapestry, captures and stores data with impeccable recall. In the silent hum of circuits, it navigates the digital landscape, decoding and encoding information with a mechanical grace that mirrors both its potential and limitations.

Author Lianne Lim

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