Our memories are not just about the past. They help us forge a new future.
Computers are a bit like people. With our five senses, we receive input from the world around us. Then with our minds, we analyze this input, decide how we will respond, and store our decision and response in our memory. Similarly, a computer receives input through its keyboard and mouse.
Then it processes this data and displays its response on a monitor, all the while recording its response in the “memory” of its hard...
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