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Communication

Communication

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In most situations, the sender must possess some cognitive
capacity, as the information will usually need to be processed
and directed to some extent. Sometimes, part or all of that
processing may be provided by someone other than the sender,
who will then require fewer innate resources.

While communication between people must have at least one
person at each end of the process, some of the steps in the
process can be provided by a machine, and often are. In
unusual circumstances, some of those steps could be provided
by an animal (such as a St Bernard rescue dog) or conceivably
by inanimate objects. The concept would still be the same.

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