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Terminator 2 - T800 Neural Net Cpu - Aka The Brain Chip

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Terminator 2 - T800 Neural Net Cpu - Aka The Brain Chip

This is a 1:1 scale replica of the T800 Neural Net CPU as seen in Terminator 2. It is made from a metal alloy and has a brushed brass plating. It measures 2.31 inches (58mm) long, 1 inch (25mm) wide, and .25 inches (6mm) thick. The Neural Net CPU is a "learning computer" and one of the most powerfu...
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This is a 1:1 scale replica of the T800 Neural Net CPU as seen in Terminator 2. It is made from a metal alloy and has a brushed brass plating. It measures 2.31 inches (58mm) long, 1 inch (25mm) wide, and .25 inches (6mm) thick.<br> <br> The Neural Net CPU is a "learning computer" and one of the most powerful microprocessors ever built. All of the battle units deployed by Skynet contain a Neural Net CPU.<br> <br> Housed within inertial shock dampers within each battle unit, the CPU gives Skynet the ability to control it's units directly, or allow them to function by themselves, learning from a pre-programmed knowledge base as they go. This means that each battle unit has the potential to adapt to its situation, and literally reason through problems and tactical maneuvers. In the case of the various Terminator series, this means that they can learn to behave more like humans in order to be better equipped for infiltration.<br> <br> It was developed by Miles Bennett Dyson, director of Special Projects at Cyberdyne Systems Corporation, via reverse engineering on the wreckage of a T-800 Terminator in 1984.

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This is a 1:1 scale replica of the T800 Neural Net CPU as seen in Terminator 2. It is made from a metal alloy and has a brushed brass plating. It measures 2.31 inches (58mm) long, 1 inch (25mm) wide, and .25 inches (6mm) thick.

The Neural Net CPU is a "learning computer" and one of the most powerful microprocessors ever built. All of the battle units deployed by Skynet contain a Neural Net CPU.

Housed within inertial shock dampers within each battle unit, the CPU gives Skynet the ability to control it's units directly, or allow them to function by themselves, learning from a pre-programmed knowledge base as they go. This means that each battle unit has the potential to adapt to its situation, and literally reason through problems and tactical maneuvers. In the case of the various Terminator series, this means that they can learn to behave more like humans in order to be better equipped for infiltration.

It was developed by Miles Bennett Dyson, director of Special Projects at Cyberdyne Systems Corporation, via reverse engineering on the wreckage of a T-800 Terminator in 1984.
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This is a 1:1 scale replica of the T800 Neural Net CPU as seen in Terminator 2. It is made from a metal alloy and has a brushed brass plating. It measures 2.31 inches (58mm) long, 1 inch (25mm) wide, and .25 inches (6mm) thick.

The Neural Net CPU is a "learning computer" and one of the most powerful microprocessors ever built. All of the battle units deployed by Skynet contain a Neural Net CPU.

Housed within inertial shock dampers within each battle unit, the CPU gives Skynet the ability to control it's units directly, or allow them to function by themselves, learning from a pre-programmed knowledge base as they go. This means that each battle unit has the potential to adapt to its situation, and literally reason through problems and tactical maneuvers. In the case of the various Terminator series, this means that they can learn to behave more like humans in order to be better equipped for infiltration.

It was developed by Miles Bennett Dyson, director of Special Projects at Cyberdyne Systems Corporation, via reverse engineering on the wreckage of a T-800 Terminator in 1984.

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