The aspect of conscious beings that serves as a repository of sensory impressions. In computing devices, memory refers to the hardware that stores information, of which there are two kinds--read only memory (ROM) and random access memory (RAM). These are loosely analogous to two kinds of human memory--long term and short term.

Articles on that refer to Memory

Words and Rules By Steven Pinker
Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
Man-Computer Symbiosis By J.C.R. Licklider
Exponential Growth an Illusion?: Response to Ilkka Tuomi By Ray Kurzweil
Dialogue between Ray Kurzweil, Eric Drexler, and Robert Bradbury By K. Eric Drexler, Ray Kurzweil, and Robert Bradbury
The Age of Intelligent Machines: A Platonic Dialog on the Nature of Human Thought By Ray Kurzweil
Chapter 9: A Door To The Future By K. Eric Drexler
Notes and References By K. Eric Drexler
Infinite Memory and Bandwidth: Implications for Artificial Intelligence By Raj Reddy
The Age of Intelligent Machines: A NOR B--The Basis of Intelligence? By Ray Kurzweil

News Articles that refer to Memory

Memristor chip could lead to faster, cheaper computers
Scientists decode memory-forming brain cell conversations
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New memory device could allow 1 GB per cc storage
Overcoming limits to chip miniaturization
Nanowires hold 40 Gigabits per square centimeter
Moore's Law and memory to hit physics wall
Gray Matters: Brain's Sleep-Time Memory Storage Gets Muddled with Age
Carbon-Nanotube Memory that Really Competes
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