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How Technology Continues to Change the Health Sector

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New-Fangled Computer Chips Could Mimic Brain Synapses

June 29, 2011 No Comments

Researchers at the University of Exeter say recent work using phase-changing materials could pave the way for the creation of computers that learn much like biological brains. PCMs were used to reliably execute the four basic arithmetic functions as well as store information. This indicates that phase-change materials can be used to manufacture artificial neurons and synapses.

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