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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Silicon Brains Invade Stanford

Kwabena Boahen is part of a small but growing community of scientists and engineers using a process they call 'neuromorphing' to build complicated electronic circuits meant to model the behavior of neural circuits. Their work takes advantage of anatomical diagrams of different parts of the brain generated through years of painstaking animal studies by neuroscientists around the world. The hope is that hardwired models of the brain will yield insights difficult to glean through existing experimental techniques.

Technology Review: Silicon Brains


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