Neuromorphic Chips – the Brain as Model

Neuromorphic IT systems closely reproduce the behaviour of the human brain. Neural networks form the hardware. These neuromorphic information processing units (NPUs) are less flexible than classic CPUs. However, they can be extraordinarily powerful and also energy-efficient, for example in image recognition, speech recognition or medical diagnostics.

How far has the development of neuromorphic IT progressed? Are we reaching a new level of artificial intelligence and digitization with neuromorphic chips?

Tuesday, 11-22-2022, 07:30 p.m. – 09:00 p.m., virtual event

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This is an event of the National Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech).