IT is about data processing. Today's computers use a binary system. All data consists of ones and zeros. Grouped and given context, data can serve different purposes: As a program that performs data processing and as user or machine data that is processed by a program. In order for user or machine data to be processed, it must be in digital form. Analog data cannot be processed digitally; it first must be digitized. Humans, however, are analog in every respect. The same applies to nature. Therefore, a computer must have analog interfaces for input and output. This involves much more than just the HMI (Human Machine Interface), but a WMI (World Machine Interface). And that doesn't really exist yet. There are different senses in the analog world than there are in the digital world. The two worlds are different, but intersect in more areas than one would assume.