Nov 5, 2023

Artificial brain learns on the fly with nanowire networks

Posted by in categories: nanotechnology, robotics/AI

The research, which was published today in Nature Communications, is a joint effort by experts from the University of Sydney and the University of California at Los Angeles.

The artificial brain is made of nanowire networks, tiny wires a billion times smaller than a meter. The cables form random patterns that look like the game ‘Pick Up Sticks,’ but they also act like the neural networks in our brains. These networks can process information in different ways.

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