A group of American scientists from the University of Michigan introduced the smallest full-fledged Micromote computer with a volume of 1 cubic millimeter, which uses only a few nanowatts of energy for its work. The device received enough power to become a computing center for small cameras, devices for recognizing sounds, sensors for measuring temperature or lighting level, medical devices and other products from the sphere of the Internet of things. The microcomputer is powered by a solar battery, capable of feeding the battery even due to diffused light of relatively low intensity, so for the Micromote to work, the light level in the most ordinary room will be sufficient. A radio transmitter installed in the device provides data transmission at a distance of up to 20 meters. The manufacturer has created a whole line of the smallest computers in the world, and in one of them the processor is equipped with a machine learning function based on a not very complex neural network. which consumes 288 microwatts of energy during operation. Such a chip can help create systems that recognize speech and visual images.