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All About Circuits Aug 3
Review how researchers have created "the first programmable computer".
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Gary Elinoff Jul 17
The University of Michigan has Developed a Computer Based on the -by Gary Elinoff
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Phys.org Dec 17
Toward brain-like computing: New better mimics synapses
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Robert Smith Dec 20
Scientists Develop Which More Effectively Mimics Synapses
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Justin Correll Jul 24
Firing up the synapses, the Memristor is now a proper computer via @Blocks and Files
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Electronics Point Sep 5
Explore the first programmable computer.
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TechXplore Jul 17
First programmable aims to bring AI processing down from the cloud
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Antti Arvela  🇫🇮 🇪🇺 Jul 31
Replying to @oh3kqd
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Tony Kenyon Sep 17
Another superb talk from the team. showed how parallel committees of hardware memristive neural networks can mitigate the effects of device non-idealities. See more at
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Stef Dec 14
Open position in our group for the development of () devices for applications
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larsr Aug 30
» ... emulate the behavior of biological synapses «
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Privacy Valley Aug 1
Replying to @PrivacyExec
does sound a bit like a new type of coffee dude gaining popularity in the Bay Area . . . 😎
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johndczerwinski May 8
based maybe a key element in furthering the advancement of and . This article takes a deeper look at . Thanks for the Memory: NIST Takes a Deep Look at Memristors
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Tony Kenyon Sep 16
Excellent talk by at . Transient currents in sub-threshold silicon oxide devices can’t be explained purely by oxygen movement. Existing models don’t work. Yet we can use these currents to perform computation. Watch this space.
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Nanotechnology News Aug 28
Artificial synapse mimics human memory
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Memristors Jul 31
IEEE Spectrum: First Programmable Memristor Computer.
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FORTE Sep 5
Fancy some interesting reading, now the nights are drawing in? Look no further....📚📔🔬
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Nanotechnology News Jul 12
Possibilities of the biosimilar principle of learning are shown for a based
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Themis Prodromakis Jan 9
A role model for science! His work is still relevant today and we have argued in this Nature Materials commentary how Davy’s ‘electric arc’ qualifies as the oldest known device.
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Stef Sep 5
Glad to contribute with a chapter to this book and grateful to Umberto Celano for the invitation! Electrical Atomic Force Microscopy for Nanoelectronics
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