NewsThe first steps toward a quantum brain

1st February 2021by admin0
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An intelligent material that learns by physically
changing itself, similar to how the human brain works, could be the
foundation of a completely new generation of computers. Radboud
physicists working toward this so-called “quantum brain” have made
an important step. They have demonstrated that they can pattern and
interconnect a network of single atoms, and mimic the autonomous
behavior of neurons and synapses in a brain. They report their
discovery in Nature Nanotechnology on 1 February.

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