Qualcomm introduces Zeroth processors, based on human brain

Friday 11 October 2013 | 13:08 CET | News
Qualcomm has introduced its Zeroth processors, with new computer architecture. The chipmaker said the processors were developed with the human brain and nervous system in mind, creating devices with embedded cognition driven by brain inspired computing. Qualcomm said its wants its Zeroth products to learn like humans and so developed a suite of software tools designed to teach the products to understand what behaviour is desired and not desired. The chipmaker said that the Zeroth processor should allow devices to sense and learn the world as humans do, to hen take action when needed. Qualcom

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Qualcomm
Countries: World
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