New (Neuromorphic) Computing
- Oct 26, 2021 3:09 pm GMT
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I spent most of my career working on computers using various software, some of which I developed myself. However, I really don’t consider myself a computer (or software) professional, as I’ve always remained focused on the application or end product, not the computing system or language that helps me achieve it.
In fact I tend to be very dismissive of phrases like smart grid and artificial intelligence. Yes I understand some of the devices that use AI have achieved useful results, but with several major drawbacks.
Finally, a relatively new class of AI described in the title may achieve a degree of intelligence, and in any case is a major advance in computing. Why? Look at its name, it imitates the human brain.
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