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Brain-Inspired Device Simulates One Million Neurons

May 5, 2014 |

Bioengineers at the University of Stanford have developed a new type of circuit board modeled on the human brain. The Neurogrid, as it’s called, operates about 9,000 times faster using significantly less power than a typical PC. While no match for the power and capability of the human brain that inspired it, the new advance Read more…

IBM Gets $16 Million to Bolster its Brain-on-a-Chip Technology

Aug 6, 2009 |

DARPA program looks to create useful intelligent machines.

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