- n. You, me, your grandma, everyone [assuming you're a carbon-based life form]. That is, a human-based solution, as opposed to a hardware, or silicon-based, solution.
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Wetware — may refer to: Wetware (brain), brain Wetware (biology), biological tools and parts Wetware (novel), a 1988 Rudy Rucker biopunk novel Wetware (album), a 2000 album by The Cassandra Complex (band) This disambiguation page lists articles associated… … Wikipedia
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wetware — Surgically implanted hardware. The pacemaker is my latest piece of wetware … Dictionary of american slang
wetware — noun Etymology: wet + software Date: 1975 the human brain or a human being considered especially with respect to human logical and computational capabilities … New Collegiate Dictionary
wetware — noun a) A human brain or mind as a computing element. Coined as a parallel to hardware and software. Common in the cyberspace genre of science fiction. b) The underlying generative … Wiktionary
wetware — ● ►en n. m. ►WARE logiciel humide, c est à dire le logiciel humain, donc grosso modo, les cerveaux qui codent … Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone
wetware — wet|ware [ wet,wer ] noun uncount INFORMAL used for referring to the people who work with computers, as opposed to computer software or HARDWARE … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
wetware — сл. нервное обеспечение (хакерское название для центральной нервной системы как третьего обязательного компонента вычислительных систем наряду с software и hardware) … Hacker's dictionary
wetware — noun human brain cells viewed as counterparts of computer systems … English new terms dictionary
wetware — UK [ˈwetˌweə(r)] / US [ˈwetˌwer] noun [uncountable] computing informal people who work with computers, as opposed to computer software or hardware itself … English dictionary
wetware — wet•ware [[t]ˈwɛtˌwɛər[/t]] n. the human nervous system, esp. the brain, when thought of as functionally equivalent to computer hardware and software • Etymology: 1985–90; prob. from the novels of Rudy Rucker, science fiction writer and… … From formal English to slang