Drones that ‘think’ like humans could be heading for war zones: Darpa chip uses ‘neural networks …

MIT’s Eyeriss chip promises brain-like AI in a range of mobile devicesIt’s the first time experts have shrunk ‘neural networks’ based on the brainChip could be used in drones on the battlefield to identify targets Breakthrough is expected to speed up phones and tablets of the futureBy Lee Bell For Mailonline Published: 10:51, 8 February 2016 | Updated: 11:30, 8 February 2016 The Pentagon is funding research to develop a microchip that not only promises brain-like artificial intelligence, it is small enough to fit inside a wide range of mobile devices. Known as ‘Eyeriss’, the palm-sized processor has a staggering 168 cores and is based on ‘neural networks’ that are modelled on the human brain.By comparison, processing chips used in a wide variety of smartphones typically have quad cores.This technology could make…


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