Friday, December 3, 2010
How DARPA Is Making a Machine Mind out of Memristors | Popular Science
How DARPA Is Making a Machine Mind out of Memristors | Popular Science: Their ability to both store and process information as it transfers charge (and to do so with far less power consumption) makes memristors more analogous to the neurons in the brain than any other previously developed electronic component, and they are small enough, cheap enough and efficient enough to someday be used to build computing platforms that function more like the brain: learning, making decisions, and even using a machine version of intuition to execute their roles.
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