If that information is contextually and semantically received universally then the circle will be complete. What if we discover that the most universally accepted language is machine code.
All data in a computer is electronic. What you see on the screen or what is printed or even the sounds you hear are all electronic responses to electronic input.
We can imagine the CPU, Central Processing Unit, as a master Conductor orchestrating a symphony of instruments in a myriad of frequencies that produces a collective energy critically tuned to a specific flow of musical notes.
In its most pure definition a computer is any device or object that receive information in and then will present an output based on that information.