Emerging Technologies

Smart 'metamaterial' can make decisions on its own

The material uses a computer chip to control or manipulate the processing of information that’s needed to perform the requested actions. Image: Unsplash/ Rick Rothenberg

Eric Stann

Research News Strategist, Missouri University

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Having a material that has the ability to sense, decide and act could revolutionize a number of industries. Image: Nature

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