Indian Institute of Science dives deep into neuromorphic computing and AI

This cool button delivers CIO stories to you on Facebook: Not long ago, creating a computer chip that could emulate the human brain was considered moonshot technology. Not surprising, considering the possibilities of a machine crunching data as fast as it could be generated. The Centre of Neuroscience (CNS) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) is doing just that, making it just one among the very few institutes in the country driving innovation. CNS works on developing neuromorphic computing and algorithms based on understanding the human brain function. How brain research contributes to neural architecture Simply put, neuromorphic computing involves building circuits that mimic neuro-biological architectures present in the nervous system. “There’s been a major revolution in the west around trying to understand computing systems with neural architecture, and…


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