A collection of related circuits that work together on a task or set of tasks, residing on a wafer of semiconductor material (typically silicon).

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Parallel universes, the Matrix, and superintelligence By Michio Kaku
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The Twenty Laws of the Telecosm By George Gilder
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DNA chip may lead to fast genetic screening, better drugs
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