Authors: Heather Jones (Future Science Group)
A team from the University of Central Florida (FL, USA) has developed a novel device that can simultaneously process and memorize information in a similar way to vision-related human brain cells. The research, published in Science Advances, suggests potential applications for the device.
Currently, computer performance is limited by storing and processing information in separate places. This research utilized neuromorphic computing, a technology that uses large-scale integration systems to simultaneously process and store information, mimicking neuro-biological architectures present in the nervous system.