Accelerometer: An instrument for measuring acceleration or deceleration, or the rate of change in the speed of a moving object.
Acute Angle: an angle that is less than 90 degrees.
Algorithm: A set of instructions, like a recipe, that performs functions or solves mathematical problems.
Architecture: The arrangement of components within computers, software and networks.
Artificial Intelligence: The branch of computer science devoted to making computers draw conclusions based on observation (reason), recognize patterns and make predictions based on experience (learn), and ultimately become self-aware.
Artificial Life: Programs that behave like living beings by reacting to their virtual environments, reproducing and dying. Because these "beings" pass on traits, populations of them can evolve.
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