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Alex Nugent is working on making computers more human.

Specifically, he and his team at Knowm Inc. have developed the world’s first adaptive neuromemristive processor along with Dr. Kris Campbell, a researcher at Boise State University and an expert on memrisistors. Product Design & Development interviewed him on Sept. 1 to find out how this adaptive neuromemristive processor came about, and how it could transform machine learning applications, autonomous platforms, and data center operations.

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Read the entire article directly on Product Design & Development website at: http://www.pddnet.com/news/2015/09/neuromemristive-processor-breaks-boundaries-machine-learning

9/2/2015
Neuromemristive Processor Breaks Boundaries in Machine Learning
Product Design & Development
Megan Crouse
http://www.pddnet.com/news/2015/09/neuromemristive-processor-breaks-boundaries-machine-learning

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