The brain is just a collection of tangled wires with neuron connectivity levels. We call its output ‘information’ because we need some way of describing chemical synchronicity.
The computer works the same way.
On the inside, it’s a collection of chips and wires with various voltage levels. What we see on screen is what we label as information.
Information is the same name we give to brain chemicals and computer voltage to describe organized chaos. While negative beliefs and rusty chips impair memory, the function of the thinking mind or active motherboard set rules for action.
Furthermore, the conflict and synchronization between man and the machine (i.e., science fiction) continue to be the mother of invention.
Information is the sum of parts, and it allows us to go beyond the robot.