Brain Like Thinking Computers – The End of Moore’s Law

How: Brain-like, or neuromorphic, computers –  Neurogrid, one of the first truly neuromorphic computers.

For five decades, Moore’s law held up pretty well: Roughly every two years, the number of transistors one could fit on a chip doubled, all while costs steadily declined. Today, however, transistors and other electronic components are so small they’re beginning to bump up against fundamental physical limits on their size. Moore’s law has reached its end, and it’s going to take something different to meet the need for computing that is ever faster, cheaper and more efficient.

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How to build neuromorphic computers that directly mimic in silicon what the brain does in flesh and blood…

Source: TechXplore

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