This video is part of the online course "Introduction to Health Information Technology in Dentistry," a course in the University of Pittsburgh's Online Certificate Program in Biomedical Informatics (see dbmi.pitt.edu/content/online-certificate-program).
Computers represent data differently from the way we do. While humans think in terms of numbers, text, pictures, colors and sounds, computers can think in only one unit: bits. This module will take you on a fascinating journey into how computers represent everyday data and information internally in the form of bits, data types and databases.
This video, Part 1 of a two-part series, discusses how dental information is stored by computers as data and bits.
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