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Energy Efficient Brain Simulator Outperforms Supercomputers

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Graduate students Sam Fok and Alex Neckar hold a brain-inspired computational platform

Graduate students Sam Fok (left) and Alex Neckar (right) hold the brain-inspired computational platform Neurogrid, which can simulate the activity of 1 million neurons in real time. In June 2012, Fok and Neckar received a $100,000 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship in recognition of their work with Neurogrid.

Credit: Samir Menon


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