Nov 9, 2022

A material has been created that imitates how the brain stores information

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The magnetic material emulates learning that occurs in the brain during deep sleep.

Researchers have developed a material that can replicate the way the brain stores information. The material works by copying the synapses of neurons, allowing it to mimic learning that occurs during deep sleep. The team of researchers, from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), built the magnetic material using a type of computation called neuromorphic computing.

Neuromorphic computing is a computing concept that uses artificial neurons to mimic behavior of the brain and the synaptic functions, or communication signals, of neurons.


The study was published in the journal Materials Horizons.

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