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'''Information''', in a formal sense, is that which eliminates uncertainty. It is what allows a specific idea to be conveyed between two comprehending entities. Information is frequently apparent, although it can be obscured through encoding , hidden through encryption, and can not be information at all, but have the appearance of information (informationoid), like DNA.
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'''Information''', in a formal sense, is that which increases understanding. It is what allows a specific idea to be conveyed between two comprehending entities. Information is frequently apparent, although it can be obscured through encoding , hidden through encryption, and can not be information at all, but have the appearance of information ([[informationoid]]), like DNA.

Latest revision as of 10:22, 3 June 2020

Information, in a formal sense, is that which increases understanding. It is what allows a specific idea to be conveyed between two comprehending entities. Information is frequently apparent, although it can be obscured through encoding , hidden through encryption, and can not be information at all, but have the appearance of information (informationoid), like DNA.