Introducing 'Big Sur,' the brains of A.I.
Like a delicious, biocompatible computer
Those mazes you used to complete with crayons when you were a kid? They’re not just child’s play. They’re actually...
Wet, squishy quasi-liquid electronics could yield better implants that work with the wet, squishy environment of the human body, according...
MoNETA, software that runs a memristor brain, could make artificial intelligence a reality
The stated goal is a brain that works "at the cat level" and fits in a two-liter soda bottle
In 1971, electrical engineering professor Leon Chua proposed a theoretical basic electronics component called a memristor. In 2008, Hewlett Packard...
Scientists create bendable memory chips that could lead to flexible electronics
Three deep-in-the-lab technologies will extend PCs' relentless power boosts
Memristor could enable instant-on PCs, massive data storage and computers that think like humans
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