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IBM researchers make a chip full of artificial neurons | Ars Technica


curated by | August 8, 2014

“A team of scientists at Cornell University and IBM Research have gotten together to design a chip that’s fundamentally different: an asynchronous collection of thousands of small processing cores, each capable of the erratic spikes of activity and complicated connections that are typical of neural behavior.”

Source: arstechnica.com



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