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    Default Harvard scientists develop a transistor that learns

    n a development that may enable a wholly new approach to artificial intelligence, researchers at Harvard University's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have invented a type of transistor that can learn in ways similar to a neural synapse. Called a synaptic transistor, the new device self-optimizes its properties for the functions it has carried out in the past.






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    Default Re: Harvard scientists develop a transistor that learns

    Yesterday's future = today's present. Skynet is approaching.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: Harvard scientists develop a transistor that learns

    interesting article...my thought was also skynet is one step closer :P

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    Default Re: Harvard scientists develop a transistor that learns

    Those are some scary thoughts guys, humans are just to f@cking smart for their own good!

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    Default Re: Harvard scientists develop a transistor that learns

    And it will get them replaced.

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