Engineers create circuit boards that mimic human brain
Even though scientists have made leaps and bounds in computer innovations, we may be able to admit that no computer is equivalent to the human brain.
So, engineers from Stanford University decided to use the human brain as a starting point when developing a new type of circuit board.
Not only are PCs slower than human brains, but it also takes 40,000 times more power to run one.
“From a pure energy perspective, the brain is hard to match,” says Associate Professor Kwabena Boahen.
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