Researchers at MIT have created a computer chip that mimics the way our brain thinks. The processors operate using analog functions, just like the brain, but are capable of simulating the thought process faster than any human could. Analog processing makes artificial intelligence possible. Read the full article at ExtremeTech.com
MIT Replicates Brain with Computer Chip
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