Brain-Like Computing Comes Closer in Big Artificial Intelligence Retina Project

<!–« Return to article list–> Return to Article List Next Article > Brain-Like Computing Comes Closer in Big Artificial Intelligence Retina Project Nanomaterials for neuromorphic computing in artificial intelligence retina receives major funding Article ID: 678696 Released: 28-Jul-2017 12:05 PM EDT Source Newsroom: Georgia Institute of Technology Add to Favorites <!—-> <!—-> <!—-> more news from this source Share <!– –> Credit: Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory At the world’s most advanced synchrotron, Brookhaven National Laboratory’s newly constructed National Synchrotron Light Source II, Georgia Tech’s partners from Binghamton University will observe quantum properties in the Georgia Tech neuromorphic computing materials to try to better understand why they work. <!– –> Credit: Credit: Georgia Tech / Christopher Moore Georgia Tech professor Alan Doolittle and research engineer Brooks Tellekamp hold up an example of nanoscale materials used in advanced computing. <!– –> Credit: Credit: Binghamton University Binghamton University Ph.D. student Zachary Lebens-Higgins at Diamond Light Source in the United Kingdom, where Georgia Tech neuromorphic computing materials…


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