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  1. Neuromorphic engineering

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    Neuromorphic engineering, also known as neuromorphic computing, is a concept developed by Carver Mead, in the late 1980s, describing the use of very-large-scale

  2. Ubiquitous computing

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    availability Human-centered computing List of ubiquitous computing research centers Mobile interaction Neuromorphic computing Pervasive game Pervasive informatics

  3. Cognitive computer

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    neuromorphic chip, chases IBM in artificial brains". October 17, 2017. AITrends.com https://www.top500.org/news/intel-ramps-up-neuromorphic-computing

  4. SpiNNaker

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    air-conditioned environment. SpiNNaker is being used as one component of the neuromorphic computing platform for the Human Brain Project. On October 14, 2018 the HBP

  5. Spintronics

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    alloys and are of particular interest in the field of quantum computing and neuromorphic computing. Spintronics emerged from discoveries in the 1980s concerning

  6. Spiking neural network

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    or more. IBM refers to the design principle behind TrueNorth as neuromorphic computing. Its primary purpose is pattern recognition. While critics say the

  7. SyNAPSE

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    SyNAPSE is a DARPA program that aims to develop electronic neuromorphic machine technology, an attempt to build a new kind of cognitive computer with form

  8. AI accelerator

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    processing Cognitive computer Neuromorphic computing Physical neural network Hardware acceleration "Intel unveils Movidius Compute Stick USB AI Accelerator"

  9. Vanadium(IV) oxide

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    devices, phase-change switches, aerospace communication systems and neuromorphic computing. At temperatures below Tc = 340 K (67 °C), VO 2 has a monoclinic

  10. Cognitive computing

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    neuroscience Synthetic intelligence Usability Neuromorphic engineering AI accelerator Kelly III, Dr. John (2015). "Computing, cognition and the future of knowing"

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