by Dario Scarpa

"Computation takes an input,

applies a finite number of well defined operations to it, and gives an output.

Thought takes an input,

applies a finite number of poorly defined operations to it, and gives an output.

In both cases the output will be incomprehensible to the general public"

(Jeffrey Gauch)

applies a finite number of well defined operations to it, and gives an output.

Thought takes an input,

applies a finite number of poorly defined operations to it, and gives an output.

In both cases the output will be incomprehensible to the general public"

(Jeffrey Gauch)