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Researchers have invented a biologically inspired localization system that integrates state-of-art sensors with neuromorphic computational maps using resistive random-access memory (RRAM) The need for microprocessors embedded with our daily routine objects has become very essential to make our lives run...
An international team of researchers has studied how elasmobranchs, or sharks, rays, and skates, exploit the ocean's depths, including researchers from The University of Western Australia and the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS). While doing research on phase transitions...
Scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich published a guide for memristor hardware design to understand the various physical and chemical effects in memristors and project the influence of these effects on the switching properties of memristive cells and their reliability The working...
Researchers at the University of Chicago's Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) developed a neuromorphic device that can use artificial intelligence (AI) to process massive amounts of real-time health data. This innovative device is a major advancement in wearable health...
A research lab in France has developed a sonic event-driven object-localisation system using analogue in-memory neuromorphic computation, inspired by a barn owl’s brain! “Real-world sensory-processing applications require compact, low-latency, and low-power computing systems,” according to CEA-Leti. “Enabled by their...
What if a computer could learn to rewire its circuits based on the information it receives? A multi-institutional collaboration, which includes the DOE's Argonne National Laboratory, has created a material that can be used to create computer chips that can...
Researchers from ETH Zurich, the University of Zurich, and Empa have invented a novel memristor concept that can be utilised in considerably more applications than existing memristors. The new memristors developed by the researchers may now simply switch between two...
The human brain is the most efficient and powerful computer that exists. Even after decades and decades of technological advancements, no computer has managed to beat the brain with respect to efficiency, power consumption, and many other factors. Will...
What is Neuromorphic Computing? What are its applications? And, what’s happening in India on this front? We were fortunate to get connected with Dr Shubham Sahay, Assistant Professor at IIT Kanpur, who specialises in neuromorphic computing and hardware security....
A new research project from the University of Central Florida that aims to make artificial intelligence (AI) work without the use of the internet. The sophisticated neuromorphic or brain-like devices developed by the researchers are built on small, rectangular chips...
 
 

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