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World’s Fastest Computer Is Here With 1 Million Processor

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World’s Fastest Computer Is Here With 1 Million Processor

For a considerable length of time, people have buckled down on machines to function in the same class as a human mind. Presently, another supercomputer named the SpiNNaker is here to do precisely that.  With 12 years of diligent work clubbed with £15 million money related help, the Spiking Neural Network Architecture (SpiNNaker) at last appeared. It includes almost one million processors that can perform 200 trillion activities for every second and is the world's biggest neuromorphic fastest computer.  The new supercomputer has been constructed and planned by the University of Manchester. It has been turned on now after its development began in the...

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Skin That Make Robot’s Feel Human | Electronic skin aids human machine interaction

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Skin That Make Robot’s Feel Human | Electronic skin aids human machine interaction

Human skin contains delicate nerve cells that distinguish weight, temperature and different impressions that permit material associations with nature. To encourage robots and prosthetic gadgets accomplish these capacities, researchers are endeavoring to create electronic skins.   Presently analysts report another strategy in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces that make an ultrathin, a stretchable electronic skin, which could be utilized for an assortment of human-machine associations. See a video of the e-skin here.  Electronic skin could be utilized for some, applications, including prosthetic gadgets, wearable well-being screens, mechanical autonomy and augmented reality. A noteworthy test is exchanging ultra in electrical circuits...

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