Scientists invent symmetry-breaking for the first time in a nanoscale device that can mimic human brain

In a paper published in Nature Nanotechnology on March 23, 2020, researchers from the National University of Singapore reported the invention of a nanoscale device based on a unique material platform that can achieve optimal digital in-memory computing while being extremely energy efficient. The invention is also highly reproduceable and durable, unlike conventional organic electronic devices.

Scientists invent symmetry-breaking for the first time in a nanoscale device that can mimic human brain

Over the last decade, artificial intelligence (AI) and its applications such as machine learning have gained pace to revolutionize many industries. As the world gathers more data, the computing ...

Tue 24 Mar 20 from Phys.org

Molecule co-discovered at UL leads to breakthrough on how data is stored

Scientists at University of Limerick's (Ireland) Bernal Institute have helped discover a molecule that could have a major impact on how data is stored and processed.

Tue 24 Mar 20 from Eurekalert

NUS scientists invent symmetry-breaking in a nanoscale device that can mimic human brain

In a paper published in Nature Nanotechnology on March 23, 2020, researchers from the National University of Singapore reported the invention of a nanoscale device based on a unique material ...

Tue 24 Mar 20 from Eurekalert

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