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ELEKTRO 12/2021 was released on December 1st 2021. Its digital version will be available immediately.

Topic: Measurement, testing, quality care

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Scientists Invent a New Information Storage and Processing Device

30. 7. 2021 | New York University | www.nyu.edu

A team of scientists has developed a means to create a new type of memory, marking a notable breakthrough in the increasingly sophisticated field of artificial intelligence. “Quantum materials hold great promise for improving the capacities of today’s computers,” explains Andrew Kent, a New York University physicist and one of the senior investigators. “The work draws upon their properties in establishing a new structure for computation.”

In recent years, scientists have sought to make advances in what is known as “neuromorphic computing”--a process that seeks to mimic the functionality of the human brain. Because of its human-like characteristics, it may offer more efficient and innovative ways to process data using approaches not achievable using existing computational methods.

Processing of information

Now the researchers created a new device that marks major progress already made in this area. To do so, they built a nanoconstriction spintronic resonator to manipulate known physical properties in innovative ways. Resonators are capable of generating and storing waves of well-defined frequencies--akin to the box of a string instrument. Here, the scientists constructed a new type of resonator--capable of storing and processing information similar to synapses and neurons in the brain.

Read more at New York University

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