Intel Develops Neuromorphic Chip that Can Sniff Out Hazardous Chemicals

Intel neuromorphic chip can smell
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Researchers at Intel Labs and Cornell University demonstrated the ability of Intel’s neuromorphic research to learn and recognize hazardous chemicals in the presence of significant noise and occlusion. The chip, […]
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