IBM launches brain-inspired supercomputer with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Home » News & Analysis » IBM launches brain-inspired supercomputer with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory IBM launches brain-inspired supercomputer with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory March 29, 2016 Written by Jamie Davies Print Email IBM and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have launched a new project to build a brain-inspired supercomputing platform for deep learning inference. The project will be built on IBM’s TrueNorth chip, which the company claims will process the equivalent of 16 million neurons and 4 billion synapses and consume the energy equivalent of a tablet computer. The neural network design of IBM’s Neuromorphic System aims to be able to infer complex cognitive tasks such as pattern recognition and integrated sensory processing in a much more economical manner than current chips. “The delivery of this advanced computing platform represents a major milestone as…


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