Brain-Inspired Computing Device That Programs/RePrograms HW On Demand With Electrical Pulses


Multiple academic and government institutions jointly developed a new computer device that can “program and program computer hardware on demand through electrical pulses,” according to this Argonne National Lab news release. The device’s key materials are neodymium, nickel and oxygen and is referred to as a perovskite nickelate.

This new research paper titled “Reconfigurable perovskite nickelate electronics for artificial intelligence” is from researchers at Purdue University, Argonne National Lab, Penn State, Santa Clara University, Brookhaven National Lab, University of Georgia, University of Illinois Chicago, and Portland State University.
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