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IBM chip *actually* works like a brain and it's incredible [Innovation]
posted March 28 2014 4:47.12 by spic0m




IBM have revealed details of a new chip which uses nano-fluids in the same way the synapses of the brain work. Rather than simple on/off switches, the chip passes fluids down canals which pick up a charge, turning on and off gates above which re-route the fluid and electronic signals. The chip promises to revolutionise the way computers 'think', making them less procedural and more like a true artificial intelligence.



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