t It’s the higher levels of organization that makes it special though. Look at binary. You get three things: a this, a “not this” and the thing you do with the this and not this (or the this and this or the not this and not this)… which snap together in chains for this, this, not this, this, etc, forming longer and longer words with more interesting properties….
and while binary’s not as efficient (or fast rather) as organic language, it can still do a lot when used in the right machines.
Or better still look at a pencil and paper and the hand of the artist? So much from humble beginnings. .. that aren’t really all that humble because of the mind-power required to make things come out of these tools.