Kwabena Boahen:
Kwabena Boahen über einen Computer, der wie das Gehirn funktioniert

TEDGlobal 2007 · 16:22 · Filmed Jun 2007
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Forscher Kwabena Boahen sucht nach Möglichkeiten, die rechnerischen Höchstleistungen des Gehirns in Chipform nachzuahmen, denn die chaotischen, redundanten Prozesse in unseren Köpfen ermöglichen kleine, leichte, superschnelle Computer.

Kwabena Boahen wants to understand how brains work — and to build a computer that works like the brain by reverse-engineering the nervous system. His group at Stanford is developing Neurogrid, a hardware platform that will emulate the cortex’s inner workings. Full bio
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