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Karlheinz Meier
This account was created for the EU BrainScaleS project. It is now operated by Karlheinz Meier and dedicated to brain inspired computing.
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HBP HPAC Platform 8h
Still a bit too early for detailed brain-scale sim, but of course includes technologies that enable (faster than) real-time simulations. system development is part of HBP, is on our watchlist
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Karlheinz Meier 6h
no, all CMOS at this time. Remember, von Neumann and co-workers used vacuum tubes and mercury delay lines in 1956 but their architecture still rules ... We will use memristors once they become available.
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Human Brain Project Feb 19
Ready for Exascale: researchers have found an algorithm for large-scale brain simulations on next-generation supercomputers.
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Karlheinz Meier 19h
not sure, I hope there will be recordings .... and, very good comment ! Indeed, a non configured chip does nothing, it cannot learn, so you either upload a preconfigured network and then learn or you make the search for learning capabilities part of your experiment. Cool stuff
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Karlheinz Meier Feb 19
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Subutai Ahmad Feb 15
Really enjoyed presenting at this workshop on dendritic integration, and meeting everyone! My talk was on "The Predictive Neuron: How Active Dendrites Enable Spatiotemporal Computation in the Neocortex" Sessions weren't recorded, but my slides are here:
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Numenta Feb 13
In 2017, we shifted our priorities to focus more on neuroscience than AI. 🧠 Read about our research and why we believe figuring out how the brain works is one of humanity’s greatest scientific challenges in the link below.
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Karlheinz Meier Feb 9
Big data needs hardware revolution - Editorial in Nature
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Tony Prescott Feb 8
Brain-based robots, neuromorphic computers, brain-machine interfaces, rehabilitation therapy, VR. Visit the first ever Human Brain Project Innovation Exhibition Friday 23rd March at the London Science Museum. Free entry from 2pm
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EITN Feb 9
Parisian snow did not stop us from making it happenning ! Thank you all for participating to "Dendritic integration and computation with active dendrites"!
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EITN Feb 8
Happy to see you so many for this second workshop of the week ! Thanks to Karlheinz Meier, Idan Segev and Alain Destexhe for launching "Dendritic integration and computation with active dendrites.
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Karlheinz Meier Feb 7
Thanks, Richard, for a great, creative and productive time ! Karlheinz
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Subutai Ahmad Feb 6
Looking forward to presenting at this workshop on active dendrites and neuromorphic computing. Is it necessary to incorporate active dendrites into standard architectures? Of course!
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Karlheinz Meier Feb 6
Coming up : Dendritic integration and computation with active dendrites, Workshop of the at Paris, February 8 and 9 : Integrate experimental data, computational models and the design of neuromorphic circuits that include active dendrites
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FETFX Feb 2
An interesting study analyzes the impacts of Future and Emerging Technology () projects on people, on the economy and on society. The results? FET is performing quite above the average:
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Human Brain Project Feb 2
Researchers from the Human Brain Project, along with colleagues from Intel in the US, will jointly reveal three new neuromorphic chips during the NICE 2018 conference hosted by Intel Corporation in Oregon, February 27 to March 1.
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Karlheinz Meier Jan 29
Introducing physics graduate students to computing at winter school in Obergurgl - Interested in using this setup for your own teaching - let me know
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Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2018 Jan 11
Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2018 keynote speakers are: Thomas Sterling (Indiana University, USA), Dimitri Kusnezov (Department of Energy, USA) and Karlheinz Meier (Heidelberg University, Germany). To find out more visit:
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Karlheinz Meier Jan 24
to unveil technical details and present a demo of their brand new self-learning Loihi chip at the NICE 2018 conference, Intel labs, Hillsboro, OR, February 27 - March 1 Register here
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Karlheinz Meier Jan 22
Science and Infrastructure Board meeting in the spectacular Volta lecture hall of Pavia University, the place with so many contributions to structure (Golgi) and function (Volta) of neural circuits
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