The Evolution of Neuromorphic Computing – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 681

December 9th, 2019 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Neuromorphic computing looks to the human brain and nervous system for inspiration. The brain is very good at perceiving information, learning from context, and inference. Understanding how the brain does something can inform how a computer could perform the same task. To be sure, neuromorphic computing isn’t biomimicry or about reconstructing the brain in silicon. Rather, it’s about understanding the processes and structures of neuroscience and using those insights to inform research, engineering, and technology. Those insights can help create a new generation of AI that’s better at seeing, learning, and solving problems.

Mike Davies is the director of Intel’s Neuromorphic Computing Lab and a veteran neuromorphic computing engineer. He joined us to talk about neuromorphic computing, what it means to “spike” a neural network, and Intel’s Loihi, a neuromorphic research chip that contains over 130,000 “neurons.”

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