NewsNew material could create ‘neurons’ and ‘synapses’ for new
computers

18th May 2021by admin0
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Classic computers use binary values (0/1) to perform.
By contrast, our brain cells can use more values to operate, making
them more energy-efficient than computers. This is why scientists
are interested in neuromorphic (brain-like) computing. Physicists
from the University of Groningen (the Netherlands) have used a
complex oxide to create elements comparable to the neurons and
synapses in the brain using spins, a magnetic property of
electrons. Their results were published on 18 May in the journal
Frontiers in Nanotechnology.

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