Artificial synapse could be key to brain-like computing
Its low-power design learns and remembers through electrical signals.
Brain-like computers may now be realistic
Artificial synapses are using less power than the real thing.
Nike FuelBand designers bought by a consulting giant
Cambridge Consultants has snapped up Synapse to spread its development skills far and wide.
IBM wires up 'neuromorphic' chips like a rodent's brain
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Brain-like circuit performs human tasks for the first time
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IBM's new supercomputing chip mimics the human brain with very little power
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This is what brain synapses look like in 3D
Many know that brains are inherently complex things; there are trillions of synapses converting ch...