NEUROMORPHIC COMPUTING

A hybrid memristor–CMOS chip for AI

An integrated co-processor chip based on a memristor crossbar array and complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) control circuitry can be used to implement neuromorphic and machine learning algorithms.

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Fig. 1: PIEM and its applications.

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