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Reservoir computing with 2D materials

Artificial synapses made of indium selenide can exhibit tunable temporal dynamics, which can be used to achieve multisensory fusion and multiple-timescale feature extraction in reservoir computing.

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Fig. 1: Reservoir computing using In2Se3 synapses.

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Wei, Z. Reservoir computing with 2D materials. Nat Electron 5, 715–716 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41928-022-00872-1

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