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Computational Thinking is not Artificial Intelligence

Computational Thinking is not Artificial Intelligence
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Does Computational Thinking sound like thinking like a machine? Can artificial intelligences help me think better? Do machines think? But what is thinking?

So many questions! Let’s have some answers… Computational Thinking is not artificial intelligence, nor thinking like a machine. Machines only reproduce a small part of the human thinking we know. The human being has a much more complete capacity to solve complex problems than a computer.

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In the digital world in which we live, human-machine synergy is inevitable. As well as beneficial and full of opportunities. Using tools such as computers, software solutions or artificial intelligence can help us to be more efficient and, in many cases, make better informed decisions.

Does this mean we should start thinking like machines?

Absolutely not. Nevertheless, in order to maximize our competitive advantage in this new ecosystem led by software solutions, we will need to consider our solutions to be transferable to machines in order to improve our efficiency. Computational Thinking puts at our fingertips the concepts and skills needed to facilitate such synergy.

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About the Author

Mari Luz Aguado Jiménez

Mari Luz Aguado Jiménez

Mari Luz Aguado Jiménez, Tech & Computational Thinking Expert, has been passionate about programming and understanding how companies work since she began her studies as a Telecommunications Engineer and Business Administration and Management. She has dedicated her career to learning software solutions and promoting Computational Thinking in our society. She has more than half a decade of her professional career in software consulting for the world of insurance and banking in Central Europe. In parallel, she has continued with training and dissemination of the importance of Computational Thinking for the development of society. In Netmind, he wants to unite his two passions, Computational Thinking and business, to enhance the development of organizations with Computational Thinking tools.

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