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- Jan 30, 2019

Core supercomputer inspired by the human brain breaks all the rules

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems
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For all their fleshly failings, human brains are the model that computer engineers have always sought to emulate: huge processing power that's both surprisingly energy efficient, and available in a tiny form factor. But late last year, in an unprepossessing former metal works in Manchester, one machine became the closest thing to an artificial human brain there is.

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