aug cog
 n.— «Using modern artificial intelligence and robotics, new playground games can recognize a child’s behavior and respond accordingly—in real-time—to make the game harder or easier.…The industry calls it augmented cognition, or “aug cog,” a technology that is also being developed by the armed services to reduce mental overload in the battlefield. For example, fighter pilots helmets can be equipped with sensors to distinguish when the brain is becoming overdosed.» —“Intelligent playgrounds” by Michelle Jana Chan in London, United Kingdom Sept. 26, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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