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(Tom's Hardware)   Say hello to your new aqueous ionic transistor computing overlords   (tomshardware.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Artificial intelligence, Neural network, Electrochemistry, ionic microprocessors, Artificial neural network, Integrated circuit, team of researchers, ionic transistors  
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2022-10-06 8:31:56 AM  
"wetware is becoming less and less of a sci-fi buzz word."

It isn't. It's a technical term with a specific, practical meaning. Can we find sci/tech journalists that know anything?
 
2022-10-06 9:18:57 AM  
Yeah,  or going to happen. The failed capacitors were bad enough.
 
2022-10-06 9:22:35 AM  
Water based chips:
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2022-10-06 11:14:27 AM  
Another step towards HARDAC
 
2022-10-06 12:12:01 PM  
I think I've seen this before...
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