Programming language based on the human brain

cognitive chip
CREDIT: IBM, via Forbes.

Two years ago this month, IBM announced that it had developed a cognitive computer chip, inspired by human neural architecture. That chip was developed as part of the SyNAPSE project, which has a long term goal of building a computing system that can handle tasks that are relatively easy for human brains, but hard for computers. Today, the company has announced that it’s created a programming architecture for those chips so that developers can design applications for them once those chips are a reality.

“Today’s computers are very good at analytics and number crunching,” project leader Dr. Dharmendra S. Modha told me. “Think of today’s computers as left brained and SyNAPSE as right brained.”

Read the full, original story here: IBM Develops Programming Language Inspired By The Human Brain

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