Programming in Daily Life

“The best method for accelerating a computer is the one that boosts it by 9.8 m/s^2.” Philosopher Nick Bostrom, director of the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University in his ‘Simulation Argument’ stated “Humanity is literally living in a computer simulation. Instead of having brains in vats that are fed by sensory inputs from a simulator, the brains themselves would also be part of the simulation. It would be one big computer program simulating everything, including human brains down to neurons and synapses.”(Kuhn, n.d.) A few of the instances of Programming in daily life are listed below.. Class and

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