This week Scientific American published an article on an EU Horizon 2020 project that involved the development of a smart camera in cars, based on artificial intelligence. What is great about this work is that the AI of this camera is based on an actual array with memristors, in contrast to an artificial neural network (ANN), which is basically a simulated neural network somewhere on a supercomputer. It is great to see applications rapidly emerging for this new field of neuromorphics and I was happy to give my comments on this work as you can read here.
Interview in Scientific American about Imke’s paper in Science Advances
An interview with Yoeri van de Burgt and Paschalis Gkoupidenis was published in Scientific American. In this interview the paper by Imke Krauhausen in Science Advances was further discussed, as well as the future research directions of Read more…