"World's smallest computer" is a sensor smaller than a grain of sand

The title of “world’s smallest computer” is a contentious one – and not just because scientists are racing to shrink devices, but because the very definition of a computer could be up for debate. The latest team to lay claim to the title is from the University of Michigan, with a tiny device that communicates through light and makes a grain of rice look gigantic…
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