Building brain-inspired computing

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    Dmitri Strukov (an electrical engineer, University of California at Santa Barbara), Giacomo Indiveri (an electrical engineer, University of Zurich), Julie Grollier (a material physicist, Unite Mixte de Physique CNRS) and Stefano Fusi (a neuroscientist, Columbia University) talked to Nature Communications about the opportunities and challenges in developing brain-inspired computing technologies, namely neuromorphic computing, and advocated effective collaborations crossing multidisciplinary research areas to support this emerging community.

    Credit: Dmitri Strukov
    Credit: Giacomo Indiveri
    Credit: Julie Grollier
    Credit: Stefano Fusi

    The interview was done by Nature Communications editors Congcong Huang, Selina La Barbera and Cephas Small.

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    Building brain-inspired computing. Nat Commun 10, 4838 (2019) doi:10.1038/s41467-019-12521-x

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