A CDE Definition
A computer processor that does not compute a precise result. For example, adding 1 plus 1 may yield 2.01 or 1.98, but not 2. For many applications, including imaging and artificial intelligence, "almost correct" is good enough, and such chips use fewer circuits and much less energy.
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