People often forget that we designed computers not just based upon strictly rational but emotional purposes as well to help solve complex problems. For example we would not have designed a calculator if there was no desire to solve mathematical issues. Humans are emotionally tied to problem solving and thus it helps them formulate decisions. […]
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