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The World’s First Human Brain-Scale Supercomputer To Be Activated

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Researchers at Western Sydney University are developing a supercomputer called DeepSouth, capable of 228 trillion synaptic operations per second, which could potentially lead to a cyborg brain more powerful than our own.

The aim is to better understand the brain’s energy efficiency and potentially revolutionize our understanding of brain function.

This development is expected to be a game changer for neuroscience research and AI engineering solutions. (Trending: Devastating News For Hunter Biden After Defying Subpoena)

“Progress in our understanding of how brains compute using neurons is hampered by our inability to simulate brain-like networks at scale,” said André van Schaik, a director at Western Sydney University’s International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems.

“Simulating spiking neural networks on standard computers using Graphics Processing Units and multicore Central Processing Units is just too slow and power intensive,” he added.

“Our system will change that.”

“If you are trying to understand the brain this will be the hardware to do it on,” Ralph Etienne-Cummings at Johns Hopkins University said.

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