neuromorphic computing Archive

brainMemristor memory with 128 states created for next generation computer memory and brainlike chips

Southampton researchers have improved the memristor. how they have pushed the memristor – a simpler and smaller alternative to the transistor, with the capability of altering its resistance and storing multiple memory states – to a new level of performance …

atomristorSubnanometer brain like atomristors operated at 50 gigahertz

Neuromorphic computing researchers have been working on the development of memory resistors, or memristors, which are resistors in a circuit that ‘remember’ their state even if you lose power. Today, most computers use random access memory (RAM), which moves very …