The next supercomputer may run on chips that mimic the human brain

Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have shown that neuromorphic computers that synthetically mimic the brain’s logic can solve more complex problems than AI’s.

In a newly published article in the magazine Nature ElectronicsThe researchers detailed their findings showing that neuromorphic simulations using the statistical method called random walks can do all kinds of sophisticated calculations, such as tracking X-rays passing through bone and soft tissue, disease passing through a population, information passing through social networks flows and more .