Researchers at Graz University of Technology and Intel have shown that neuromorphic computing has
According to them, neuromorphic computing hardware can run deep neural networks 4 to 16 times more efficiently than conventional hardware.
During the experiment, the team evaluatedenergy efficiency of a large neural network that ran on a neuromorphic computing chip from Intel. This DNN was specifically designed to handle a large number of numeric and alphabetic sequences.
The researchers measured howthe power consumption of an Intel neuromorphic chip and a standard computer chip when running the same DNN, and then compared their performance. The researchers found that if the neuron models in the computer resembled the neurons in the brain, then this helps to improve energy efficiency.
In their next research, the authors want to givethe ability for neuromorphic equipment to develop a personal memory based on its past experiences. Just like a person does, using individual experience to make decisions.
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