Flagship brain project releases neuro-computing tools

BBP/EPFL The ability to study brain processes in real time is one of the goals of the Human Brain Project’s newly-released computing tools. Europe’s major brain-research project has unveiled a set of prototype computing tools and called on the global neuroscience community to start using them. The move marks the end of the 30-month ramp-up phase of the Human Brain Project (HBP), and the start of its operational phase. The release of the computing platforms — which include brain-simulation tools, visualization software and a pair of remotely accessible supercomputers to study brain processes in real time — could help to allay concerns about the €1-billion (US$1.1-billion) project’s benefits to the wider scientific community.  “The new platforms open countless new possibilities to analyse the human brain,” said Katrin Amunts, a neuroscientist…


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