Former NASA Chief Develops Brain-Like Chips

ENLARGE KnuEdge Chief Executive Dan Goldin, NASA Administrator from 1992-2001, at an agency symposium in 2010. Photo: NASA/Bill Ingalls By Don Clark Don Clark The Wall Street Journal CANCEL Biography @donal888 www.facebook.com/DonClark Don.Clark@wsj.com June 6, 2016 3:00 a.m. ET 0 COMMENTS Dan Goldin spent nine years as chief of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, overseeing complex projects like the international space station. Now he’s preparing for another challenging launch: a startup that has been working in secret for 10 years on a form of brain-like computing. His San Diego-based company, KnuEdge, has developed an unusual processor chip and related hardware and software, aiming to bring dramatic speed improvements to tough chores like finding patterns in images, sounds and financial data. KnuEdge is disclosing its plans for the first time…


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