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Infographic: These supercomputers mimic human brains to boost computing power

The Scientist | 
Neuromorphic hardware takes a page from the architecture of animal nervous systems, relaying signals via spiking that is akin to ...
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‘Reverse engineering’ our brains with silicon chips could help us understand consciousness

The Scientist | 
The fact that computers “think” very differently than our brains do actually gives them an advantage when it comes to ...

Scientist’s quest to prove genes ‘jump’ forever shook up genetics

For much of the 20th century, genes were considered to be stable entities arranged in an orderly linear pattern on ...
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