In our digitalized 21st century, it's easy to get caught up in the humdrum of everyday life. But have we stopped to consider our relationship with computers, and what makes us unique as humans? The answer lies in our ability to adapt and differentiate ourselves from the system of chances. While computers may falter when missing or misinterpreting information, we use it as an opportunity to bring about a one-of-a-kind approach to problem-solving. 
This project delves into the commonalities and differences between human and computer performance. By giving both the same task under similar conditions, we can observe how each tackles the challenge and learn more about our dynamic relationship with technology.

Claude Shannon's Information Theory and Early Computer Art aspects are the inspiration points of this project.

It is hypothesized that the computer and the human were given the same input within the same time frame. After four trials, the outcomes were compared. It was observed that the computer consistently produced perfect lines and pathways that were identical each time. In contrast, the human version was different every time, which highlights the unique beauty of the human touch.

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