Stocks Down Under 1 June 2020: Transurban Group, The Reject Shop, Brainchip

BrainChip: Computer chips that learn like humans do

 

Imagine a computer chip that can genuinely learn all by itself in a way that is similar to how you and I learn, i.e. by processing sound, vision, touch etc. not as digital ones and zeros, but through neuromorphic processing of these so-called spikes. BrainChip has developed technology that puts the “art” in Artificial Intelligence. It’s key product, Akida, is a Neuromorphic System on a Chip (NSoC) and has turned quite a few heads in various industries, including the automotive industry. Let’s have a closer look.

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