Researchers build human brain-mimicking 'reservoir computing' device

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Reservoir computing can achieve the higher-dimension calculations required by emerging AI

A group of researchers at the Université de Sherbrooke in Quebec, Canada, have built what they are calling the first "reservoir computing" device. Reservoir computing is just one approach where ...

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