Jülich-Aachen Neuromorphic Computing Day brings together science, industry and politics

Neuroinspired computer chips modeled on the human brain could be the key to meeting the energy hunger of artificial intelligence (AI). The NEUROTEC project and the NeuroSys future cluster are driving this technology forward. At the Jülich-Aachen Neuromorphic Computing Day, the scientists, together with partners from high-tech companies and start-ups, gave around 200 guests from science, industry and politics an insight into the current state of developments in the presence of BMBF State Secretary Sabine Döring.

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Last Modified: 03.05.2024