August 12, 2014
IBM has a new project in its hands: its name is TrueNorth, and it is of course closely related to the world of processors. The company, with more than one hundred years of history, has created TrueNorth based on the structure of the human brain.
Its behavior, IBM says, emulates that of a real brain, and is capable of processing ‘large’ amounts of information through its 5.4 billion transistors. IBM has created a structure similar to the neural but with transistors and, they warn, with a certain degree of simplification. The human brain is still too complex an element to be emulated through technology
via TrueNorth is the IBM chip with which they want to emulate the human brain.
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