AI News, Difference between revisions of "What is a computer?"

Difference between revisions of "What is a computer?"

computer is an electronic device that takes input such as numbers, text, sound, image, animations, video, etc., processes it, and converts it into meaningful information that could be understood, presenting the changed input (processed input) as output.

All numbers, text, sound, images, animations, and video used as input are called data, and all numbers, text, sound, images, animations, and video returned as output are called information.

basic computer consists of 4 components: an input device , a CPU, output devices, and memory.

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