An AI chip that uses a fraction of the power and space of today computer platforms


An multinational team of researchers has developed a device that can run a range of AI applications and do calculations directly in memory, all while using a small portion of the energy used by current general-purpose AI computing platforms.

The NeuRRAM neuromorphic chip moves artificial intelligence (AI) one step closer to being able to operate on a variety of edge devices that are not connected to the cloud and can carry out complex cognitive tasks anywhere. [Read More…]