It isn't really the same type of memory nor is the method of storage easily compared. For example a computer can store 'one' as a single bit or as 3 bytes of ascii. The brain stores it very differently.
The processor would be considered to be the brain of the computer. RAM is just part of the working memory of the computer.
If a computer has a "brain", it would be the CPU, or Central Processing Unit.
No it is not, the closest relation to a brain in the computer would be the Hard Drive and the CPU
The fastest type of memory would be the registers on the CPU.
To check the memory of a computer for errors, you would need to check the computer's task manager. Similarly, the memory of a computer can be checked via the control panel.
Things in common, would probably be..FunctionsBoth have a purposeMemorySelf maintenanceBrain evolves and computer updatesSignals
The brain gets damaged or injured most likely at the front. When the brain get damaged at the front the brain would lose all memory. At the back, the brain would break the stem.
They are like a little LCD computer monitor with a little "computer brain" you might say, that reads and displays the image file off your camera's memory stick, just like your computer would.
Any local computer store would have information on the memory ram of a computer. The employees of these computer stores are professionals and the information that they provide would be ideal.
No, why would they? They simply just take up memory on the computer
Technically, no, but it is extremely suggested that you do, as the computer would be nearly useless without memory.
the brain of the computer is a squishy thing that goes right into the mouse and if you throw the mouse on the ground your computer crashes so dont do that that would be terrible...
The CPU is considered the "brain" of the computer, and since the brain is part of our nervous systems, this would be your answer.
There are seven basic types of computer memory. These seven types would be Random Access Memory, Serial Access Memory, Dynamic Random Access Memory, Video Random Access Memory, Flash Memory, Shadow Random Access Memory, and Read Only Memory.
Anything that is run on your computer uses memory(also called RAM)
The main brain of your PC is your processor. But many other parts of your PC makes up its 'brains' such as the registers, main memory, cache memory. The brain of your PC would be its CPU or the central processing unit or the processor. It is the necessary part of your PC system to be able to carry out the instructions of a computer program. It is also the primary element carrying out the computer's functions.
why not??? but it would have to be a pretty small chip!!!
The brain is the computer for the body. Without it the body is dead. So, without a brain you would be dead.
A computer has to follow a set of instructions called a program.If it is asked to find the solution of a particular question then the information or instructions must be stored somewhere.it would be stored in one of the two types of computer memory called main memory and secondary memory.
Just as you need a computer to put information onto a memory card you will need a computer or something that reads memory cards to print from the memory card
It controls your body to do things whatever you want to do. And stores your memory if the brian wasn't there there would have benn no memory at all.
Organic would be the type of memory people have, made of living cells. Artificial would be like computer RAM (Random Access Memory) or a computer hard drive, something that is created by people instead of occurring naturally.