Difference Between Human And Machine

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Title:”Is there any difference between Human and Machines?”
Name: Bhaskar Jyoti Saikia
Roll No.: 14110029
Word Count: 2013 words.

The topic of discussion I have selected is “Is there are any differences between “Humans” or “Machines” or their mechanisms are almost same except some visual difference.Throughout this topic it will be discussed with some critical thinking or deep analysis of many views which are related to Human’s and Machines and some argument which can be further analyzed by critical thinking.
Human’s created machines. The invention of machine is not in a single day or it is not limited. Because the need of Human being has no limit. Machines are used to do any work easily or faster than general way. But
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Human can’t imagine a life or even a day without machines. We can find many differences between Human’s life and the life of a machine related to translation, tranjection, memory, data structure, visuality, transformation etc. Some basic difference which we notice in our day to day life is-
1. LIFE: Machines don’t have life as some mechanical functions are running inside it. It doesn’t have emotions, feelings, reproduction, thinking power, intelligence, and sense like human beings. They even don't have the criterion of a life. There is no any biological mechanism inside a machine. Its functions are completely depended upon the manufacturing of human beings. They only work as per the programming and data are fed into their mechanical CPU. They don’t even have the capability to understand the surrounding situation by their own. They are surrounded by some artificial intelligence due to which they can response to some limited
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One human baby is produced by the clone of his/her mother. And there is no two exactly similar human bodies are reproduced in this world till now. After a certain period of time the metabolism of human being stops working than a body is said to be dead.

2. Memory: Memory is nothing but neurological connection of brain with surroundings. It seems to be a great difference in memory of a machine and human beings. Human memories are stored in brain which is real and interconnected with each and every part of the body. It is also linked to the cellular growth also as it is growing with the development of cellular organism. It is the ability of humans to recall the past experience and utilize it for handling the present situation or future course from the learning capability through the primary sense organs. Primo Levi, a famous Italian Jewish chemist said that-
“Human memory is a marvelous but fallacious instrument. The memories which lie within us are not carved in stone; not only do they tend to become erased as the years go by, but often they change, or even increase by incorporating extraneous
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