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IEEE Philly - BRAIN INSPIRED COMPUTING: THE EXTRAORDINARY VOYAGES IN KNOWN AND UNKNOWN WORLDS

When:
Thursday, October 24, 2019, 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Where:
Tolentine Hall, Room 215
Villanova University
800 Lancaster Ave.
Villanova, PA  19085
Category:
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BRAIN INSPIRED COMPUTING: THE EXTRAORDINARY VOYAGES IN KNOWN AND UNKNOWN WORLDS

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Date:Thursday October 24, 2019

Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: Tolentine Hall, Room 215

800 Lancaster Ave., Villanova University

Villanova, PA

 

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Speaker: Hai “Helen” Li

 

Human brain is the most sophisticated organ that nature ever builds. Building a machine that can function like a human brain, indubitably, is the ultimate dream of a computer architect. Although we have not yet fully understood the working mechanism of human brains, the part that we have learned in past seventy years already guided us to many remarkable successes in computing applications, e.g., artificial neural network and machine learning. Inspired by the working mechanism of human brain, neuromorphic system naturally possesses a massively parallel architecture with closely coupled memory, offering a great opportunity to break the "memory wall" in von Neumann architecture. The talk will start with a background introduction of neuromorphic computing, followed by examples of hardware acceleration schemes of learning and neural network algorithms and memristor-based computing engine. I will also share our prospects on the future technology challenges and advances of neuromorphic computing.