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An “inexact chip” is a computer chip
designed to use less power by allowing
for occasional calculation errors. The benefit
is a 750 to 1500 percent increase in energy efficiency.
“Inexact chips” are used in tablets and hearing aids.
Or maybe an inexact chip is a Pringle
that won’t stack with the others, I forget.
Okay, here’s the deal: Both definitions are correct.
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