“Neurogrid” circuit modeled on the human brain is the fastest, most energy efficient of its kind

A group of engineers at Stanford have developed an iPad-sized, highly power-efficient way ...

A group of engineers at Stanford have developed an iPad-sized, highly power-efficient way of simulating a million neurons and billions of synapses for as low as US$400. The advancement could both help our understanding of the brain and help develop a new generation of bionic limbs that are controlled by the patient's brain in real time with no effort at all... Continue Reading "Neurogrid" circuit modeled on the human brain is the fastest, most energy efficient of its kind

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Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Brain, Energy Efficient, Energy-efficient, Implant, Research, Stanford University

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