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Intellijoule
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IBM Brain chip
Intellijoule   8/8/2014 12:19:05 PM
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IBM, Politicians,

R_Colin_Johnson
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Re: IBM Puts Brain On-a-Chip
R_Colin_Johnson   8/8/2014 12:18:37 PM
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With brain-sized power in a low-power package maybe we can "augment" some of those who need more "smarts."

mikekirschner
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Re: IBM Puts Brain On-a-Chip
mikekirschner   8/8/2014 11:59:29 AM
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Oh man, you beat me to it! :)

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IBM Puts Brain On-a-Chip
mike_m   8/8/2014 11:44:35 AM
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"with the eventual goal of achieving human brain-sized systems of 100 trillion synapses or more."

 

I love this line in the article simply because as it stands right now this chip already has 1000 times the brain power of every United States politician combined, simply amazing!

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