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Intel Neuromorphic Chip

Intel Neuromorphic Chip

Qualcomm’s Neuromorphic Chips Could Make Robots and Phones More Astute About the World | MIT Technology Review

Neuromorphic Chips

Qualcomm’s Neuromorphic Chips Could Make Robots and Phones More Astute About the World

Intel’s goal is to build chips that work more like the human brain. Now its engineers think they know how

Intel Reveals Neuromorphic Chip Design

Intel’s goal is to build chips that work more like the human brain. Now its engineers think they know how

Qualcomm’s Neuromorphic Chips Could Make Robots and Phones More Astute About the World

Qualcomm’s Neuromorphic Chips Could Make Robots and Phones More Astute About the World

Microprocessors configured more like brains than traditional chips could soon make computers far more astute about what’s going on around them.

Neuromorphic Chips: Microchips that Imitate the Brain

Baidu has built the world's most-accurate computer vision system

An Important Step in Artificial Intelligence - http://scienceblog.com/78346/an-important-step-in-artificial-intelligence/

An Important Step in Artificial Intelligence Researchers in UCSB’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are seeking to make computer brains smarter by making them more like our own.

Chip core array

Today's NYTimes story, "A New Chip Functions Like a Brain, IBM says," by able tech veteran John Markoff, describes the highly parallel TrueNorth processor that IBM created and itself reported in the journal Science.

Effect of vortices on the spin-flip lifetime of atoms in superconducting atom-chips - IOPscience

Effect of vortices on the spin-flip lifetime of atoms in superconducting atom-chips - IOPscience

Ha un milione di neuroni elettronici, oltre 256 milioni di connessioni sinattiche artificiali, contiene 4.096 processori, un'architettura in grado di svolgere operazioni complesse molto rapidamente e consuma pochissima energia: è il nuovo chip cognitivo 'TrueNorth', che imita il cervello umano, progettato da Ibm

The TrueNorth chip (left) has very low power consumption, making it far cooler than the regular chip that is feeding information into it (right).

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