“In a move that holds great significance for the semiconductor industry, a team of researchers has created an alternative to conventional logic gates, demonstrated them in silicon, and dubbed them chaogates. The researchers present their findings in Chaos, a journal published by the American Institute of Physics.”
‘Chaogates’ Hold Promise for the Semiconductor Industry
2010-11-17 Hardware 3 Comments
seems between these and the probabilistic processors , the hardware is creeping closer to the realisation of a true thinking machine.ive always felt that the biggest hurdle in replication of the thought process lay in the fact that even if we got the algorithms down pat the hardware still had to evolve to a point where it could approach the performance of a true neural network.Nevertheless exciting times!
This could be pretty big, but we’ll see how it plays out.
But well, I’m sure lots of people, besides theoretical physicists will find a use to such processors too Humanity has that tendency to create things first and find an use to them later…