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- Aug 14, 2018

UCLA 3D prints an artificial “brain” that could breed new autonomous vehicles

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

 A team from UCLA have applied 3D printing to create a “seeing” device modeled on the human brain. Appearing as a series of neatly stacked plastic plates, this device is capable of analyzing image data to identify objects such as items of clothing and handwritten characters. Each plate in the UCLA device is patterned with artificial neurons, in the shape of tiny pixels, that each diffracts light in a different way.

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