IBM scientists create artificial neurons in claimed breakthrough for AI

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IBM scientists create artificial neurons in claimed breakthrough for AI

Based on an alloy used in Blu-ray discs, the artifical neurons look promising as the basis for next-generation computing

IBM scientists together with colleagues at the Swiss university ETH Zurich have claimed a breakthrough in efforts to build a machine that computes like a human brain. Using readily available and well-understood...

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