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Neuromorphic computing is a complete rethinking of computer architecture from the bottom up. The goal is to apply the latest insights from neuroscience to create chips that function less like traditional computers and more like the human brain. Neuromorphic systems replicate the way neurons are organized, communicate, and learn at the hardware level. Intel sees it’s Loihi research chip and future neuromorphic processors defining a new model of programmable computing to serve the world’s rising demand for pervasive, intelligent devices.

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  • Researchers at the 2019 Telluride Neuromorphic Cognition Enginee
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  • How Neuromorphic Computing Uses the Human Brain as a Model
  • 2018 CES: Neuromophic Computing Mimics the Human Brain
  • Intel's 'Loihi' Neuromorphic Chip in the Lab