Artificial synapses may pave the way for artificially intelligent learning on small devices.

Researchers at Stanford University and Sandia National Laboratories have developed a device that acts as an artificial synapse, mimicking the way neurons communicate in the brain. In a paper published online by the journal Science on April 25, the team reports that the device performed better than expected in processing speed, energy efficiency, and durability. The future goal is to combine the artificial synapse with traditional electronics, in the hopes of supporting artificially intelligent learning on small devices.  Read the full article.

 

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