A human is way more intelligent than a computer! Here is the proof!
You are in a room with a computer. A man comes in with a baseball bat. He takes a swing at the computer. What does the computer do? Absolutely nothing! There goes the expensive computer!
The same man comes after you with the baseball bat. I’m sure you are not just going to stand there.
Here are some interesting quotations about computers that show that it cannot compare to a human brain and that humans are way more intelligent:
“The human organism, controlled and co-ordinated by the central nervous system, isa sophisticated sensory apparatus, a self-regulating mobile engine, a self-reproducing computer—a marvellous and in many ways mysterious creation.” (The Body Machine)
“Today’s computers are not even close to a 4-year-old human in their ability to see, talk, move, or use common sense. . . . It has been estimated that the information processing capacity of even the most powerful supercomputer is equal to the nervous system of a snail—a tiny fraction of the power available to the supercomputer inside [your] skull.” (A scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
“Within our own heads lies one of the most complex systems in the known universe. Its power and versatility far surpass that of any man-made computer.” (The
“Perhaps the most interesting overall finding about the brain is that most of the early mechanical versions of how it operates have now been completely abandoned.” Comparisons with a radio station, a telephone system, or even a computer have not “lasted very long because the brain proved to be so much more complex than the latest man-made machine. The new view is that nothing in technology can match the brain even metaphorically.” (The New York Times)
All praise for the design of the human brain should be given to our great Creator. An ancient writer phrased his appreciation at the marvel of not just the brain but every part of the human anatomy in the following beautiful petic words. He states in Psalm 139:14 (New International Version) “I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.”
When it comes to comparisons, the human brain is so much more superior to a computer. Let us use our wonderful brain wisely!