Sloppy Chips

July 26, 2012

See Sloppy arithmetic
CIMM DEFINITION: Slightly inaccurate chips that “guesstimate” like human intelligence rather than like computer intelligence. These chips are much smaller, more efficient, much faster and more closely replicating human intelligence with 100,000 times the computing power of a traditional computer. The error rate from these “guesstimating” chips is an error range around 1%. The value of sloppy chips is that they are able to rifle down enormous databases in fraction of the time.