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Brainlike processors coming from Qualcomm next year

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Dec
2013

Qualcomm is among several companies working on brainlike processors, The New York Times has learned, and the chipmaker is expected to come out with a commercial version of such a product next year. However, the unnamed computer processor will apparently be used for further development rather than in future mobile devices. In addition to Qualcomm, IBM and researchers at Stanford have also designed neuromorphic processors that aim to replicate the complexity of the human brain. Modeled after the human brain albeit without having a similar complexity, neuromorphic processors contain “large groups of neuron-like elements” and are able to “learn” from their own experience and make correlations that dictate the course of action instead of relying on a pre-programmed set of

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