Memristor: A Device That Mimics The Brain’s Synaptic Action

Memristor: A Device That Mimics The Brain’s Synaptic Action

Memristor is a device that is believed to mimic brain's synaptic action; this could help scientists build brain-like computers.

Naresh Kumar
  • 18 march 2010

A US military-funded project used memristors, a device whose resistance at any moment depends on the last voltage it experienced, to attempt building brain-like computers.

New Scientist explains the project:

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