Neuromorphic Computing

Brain-like computing

Artificial brains may need sleep too

Synaptic transistor learns while it computes

Brainlike computers, learning from experience

Computers that mimic the function of the brain

In-memory neural net chip cuts data movement

Optical fibres light the way for brain-like computing

Simulating the first hybrid neuromorphic supercomputer 

Think fast - is neuromorphic computing set to leap forward?

Tiny chip mimics brain, delivers delivers supercomputer speed

Neuromorphic work suggests direct computer-to-brain potential

Researchers unleash potential of desktop PCs to run simulations

Beyond von Neumann, neuromorphic computing steadily advances 

Neuromorphic advances promise neural network performance jump

New research creates a computer chip that emulates human cognition

Researchers take a step towards light-based, brain-lke computing chip

Computer scientists envision computer chip working like a human brain

Convolutional networks for fast, energy-efficient neuromorphic computing

Darwin: a neuromorphic hardware co-processor based on Spiking Neural Networks

'Human Brain' supercomputer supercomputer with 1 million processors switched on for the first time

Performance comparison: neuromorphic hardware SpiNNaker vs neural network simulation software NEST

Joint developments:

LLNL and IBM collaborate to build brain-inspired supercomputer

DARPA, IBM neurosynaptic chip and programming language mimic the brain


IBM scientists show blueprints for brain-like computing

IBM phase change device shows promise for emerging AI apps

IBM announces world's largest neuromorphic digital synaptic supercomputer

Heidelberg scientists to develop a research platform for the 'Human Brain Project'


Intel launches Loihi 2; grows 1 million neurons

Intel to release neuromorphic-computing system

Intel begins making chips that resemble the brain

Intel Labs looks to scale its neuromorphic test chip

Intel's Loihi , a revolutionary neuromorphic 'self-learning' chip

Intel debuts Pohoiki Beach, its 8M neuron neuromorphic development system


Samsung Electronics puts forward a vision to 'copy and paste' the brain onto neuromorphic chips