Alex Nugent continues the series: "AHaH Computing in a Nutshell" by briefly describing what an AHaH Node is. First he shows some basic examples of AHaH nodes made of memristors and explains why they are similar to neurons and logic gates. Then he shows how AHaH Nodes are found all throughout Nature in self-organizing energy-disapating natural systems such as lightning, rivers, brains and economies.
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