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BrainScaleS
The European BrainScaleS project aims at understanding function and interaction of multiple spatial and temporal scales in brain information processing.
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HPC Guru Nov 18
Horst Simon on Neuromorphic: Human brain is 1-10 exaflops, but only uses 20 watts! Never ceases to amaze.
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Neelie Kroes Nov 13
An innovative digital EU isn't just abt gadgets: it's a change of mindset.Read & decide for yrselves
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Gilbert Tseng Nov 12
At Colloquium. Amazing how far & IBM have come in realized brain hardware.
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David Yaun Nov 12
Huge crowd for Cognitive Computing Symposium at the Almaden Research Center.
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BBC Focus Magazine Nov 12
RT : Could a computer ever match a human brain? podcast asked Karlheinz Meier of
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Timothy Meyer Nov 9
Jurgen Mylnek: You always overestimate what you can achieve in one year and underestimate what you can achieve in a decade.
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SAI Conference Nov 7
: Could a computer ever match a human brain? We asked Karlheinz Meier of
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BBC Focus Magazine Nov 7
Could a computer ever match a human brain? We asked Karlheinz Meier of
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BrainScaleS Nov 7
Brain Inspired Computing beyond von Neumann, Karlheinz Meier presenting at Bernstein Center Heidelberg today
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BrainScaleS Nov 7
From to the - Neuromorphic Computing coming of Age, Opening Talk by K Meier at Almaden Colloquium
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BrainScaleS Oct 19
Detailed study of BrainScaleS neutomorphic wafer system published in
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FET Flagships Oct 17
What have scientists been up to in Year 1? Check out their Achievements (PDF):
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The SAI Organization Oct 13
Karlheinz Meier from will be speaking 2015 in London!
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Neelie Kroes Oct 2
Now that IS digital food for thought: how we can use ICT to understand the brain
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Richard Frackowiak Oct 2
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BrainScaleS Oct 2
Thomas Schulthess from ETH, are Supercomputers dinosaurs ? @Brainscales@UniHeidelberg
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BrainScaleS Oct 2
Johannes Schemmel : Physical models of brain circuits at the BrainScaleS conference in Heidelberg#FET_eu
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BrainScaleS Oct 2
Chris Eliasmith at BrainScaleS Heidelberg, chosing the right model needs a context to begin
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BrainScaleS Oct 2
Jeff Hawkins from Numenta at the BrainScaleS conference on cortical processing, relevance for
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BrainScaleS Oct 2
Tomoki Fukai (Riken) at the BrainScaleS conference in Heidelberg : Plasticity in probabilistic networks
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