Wetware meaning

wĕt'wâr'
The human central nervous system considered as a computing device or part of a computing device.
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A biological system. It typically refers to the human brain and nervous system. See liveware, grayware and wares.
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(slang) 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.
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The underlying generative code for an organism, as found in the genetic material, in the biochemistry of the cells, or in the architecture of the body's tissues.
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Origin of wetware

  • On the model of hardware software
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • wet +"Ž -ware
    From Wiktionary