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Video: Intel Labs Advances Neuromorphic Computing Research (B-Roll)

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Neuromorphic computing completely rethinks 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. Since establishing its neuromorphic computing research in 2017 with the introduction of Intel’s Loihi research chip, the company has rapidly expanded the capabilities and applications for neuromorphic computing. In March 2020, Intel introduced Pohoiki Springs, a 768 Loihi chip system with the computational capacity of 100 million neurons. B-roll includes an interview with Mike Davies, director of Intel’s Neuromorphic Computing Lab. (Credit: Intel Corporation)

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