Short for binary digit. The smallest unit of information a computer can hold. The value of a bit is 1 or 0.

Articles on that refer to Bit

The Age of Intelligent Machines: Footnotes By Ray Kurzweil
Chapter 11: The Nature of Computation By Neil Gershenfeld
A Simple Model of Unbounded Evolutionary Versatility as a Largest-Scale Trend in Organismal Evolution By Peter D. Turney
Exponential Growth an Illusion?: Response to Ilkka Tuomi By Ray Kurzweil
Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
Quantum Computing with Molecules By Isaac L. Chuang and Neil Gershenfeld
Chapter 13: Information and Education By Neil Gershenfeld
Wolfram and Kurzweil Roundtable Discussion By Ray Kurzweil and Stephen Wolfram
The Senses Have No Future By Hans Moravec
How to Build a Virtual Human By Peter Plantec

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