"Fuzzy logic tries to get machines to think like people do, with inexact fuzzy terms."
Every generation has its special "something" that moves it forward (like the The Industrial Revolution, The Digital Revolution). In The Tels, The idea of a "biolution", a media phrase that describes the technological fallout from the fusion of organic and synthetic chip manufacturing, is used to create a fabric of technology to the background of the story.
Many publications, such as Wired, etc., have speculated on the fusion of biological aspects into silicon based chips, or the creation of completely organic technology.
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