Neuromorphic Chips

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Neuromorphic computing promises to put the power of a human brain in your pocket – literally.   Love the Exponential…

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Transistors capable of self-learning has many benefits, including helping create robots that teach themselves new skills without human help or…

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF The future of AI rests on two development tracks, the development of new software and new hardware, and both are…

WHY THIS MATTER IN BRIEF As the age of silicon based computing systems nears its natural conclusion new computing platforms are emerging that are capable…

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF There is nothing on Earth like the human brain, even today’s AI doesn’t come close, but now researchers have created…

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Computer chips that can learn by themselves will revolutionise Artificial Intelligence and let us create machines are that genuinely “intelligent.”…

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Neuromorphic chips that mimic how the human brain operates and carries out tasks still rely on silicon, moving to optical,…

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF I take a look at the exciting Emerging Technologies that Apple could put into the next iPhone – but probably…

IBM’s TrueNorth, a cognitive “neuromorphic” computing chip whose architecture resembles that of the human brain – although it switches neurons for transistors, is being trialled by Samsung…

Ex-NASA Chief Dan Goldin has revealed his company KnuEdge, which develops neural chips that follow the principles of the human brain and produces voice recognition…