Scientists develop brain-inspired memory material

Our brain does not work like a typical computer memory storing just ones and zeroes: thanks to a much larger variation in memory states, it can calculate faster consuming less energy. Scientists have now developed a ferro-electric material with a memory function resembling synapses and neurons in the brain, resulting in a multistate memory….

Our brain does not work like a typical computer memory storing just ones and zeroes: thanks to a much larger variation in memory states, it can calculate faster consuming less energy. Scientists have now developed a ferro-electric material with a memory function resembling synapses and neurons in the brain, resulting in a multistate memory….