What is the scientific name of a computer?
A) Homo sapiens
B) Pan troglodytes
C) Computus machina
D) There is no specific scientific name for a computer
Correct Answer: D) There is no specific scientific name for a computer
Explanation: In the scientific classification system, living organisms are assigned scientific names using Latin binomial nomenclature, such as “Homo sapiens” for humans and “Pan troglodytes” for chimpanzees. However, non-living objects like computers do not have specific scientific names in the same way that organisms do. Computers are typically referred to by their common names in the English language or by their technical names based on their type (e.g., personal computer, mainframe computer, supercomputer). While “Computus machina” may sound like a scientific name, it is not a widely recognized term in the field of computer science or taxonomy. Therefore, the correct answer is that there is no specific scientific name for a computer.