Artificial intelligence firm Brainchip wins casino and anti-terrorist deals

Brainchip CEO Louis DiNardo says there are many real world uses for the company’s sci-fi technology. Rick Stevens ASX-listed BrainChip, which has developed human-like artificial intelligence technology, is poised to unveil a range of new clients including casino giants, major manufacturers, airports and US government departments, which will use its smarts to detect problems in real time, and even prevent terrorist attacks.    The futuristic tech player has developed Spiking Neuron Adaptive Processor (SNAP) technology, which it says learns autonomously in the same way as a human brain. It has begun to impress local investors as it demonstrates clients willing to incorporate SNAP into products to bring its science fiction-style ideas into real world use.    Shares in the company spiked this year when it revealed one of Las Vegas’ largest casinos was rolling out a product based on its…


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