Just before I left the States, I read this, shall we say, interesting article about how your brain is not a computer. The subhead, which does more or less summarize the content, is:
Your brain does not process information, retrieve knowledge or store memories. In short: your brain is not a computer
Curiously, in order to comprehend the article, I had to retrieve knowledge and stored memories about neuroscience (I have a degree in that) and computers (I worked in the field for several years), and I had to process the information in the article and in my background, and I found that article confusing. It did not compute.
Jeffrey Shallit, who knows much more about the information processing side of the story, also found it somewhat enraging.