IBM TrueNorth 'cognitive chip' can capture 2,000 fps with a camera

IBM’s TrueNorth “cognitive chip” built to function like the human brain has proved itself a compelling resource for digital image processing. Samsung took the 4,096 cores, one million neurons and 256 million synapses of the TrueNorth chip and fed it through an IniLabs Dynamic Vision Sensor camera. The result was a video capture of 2,000 frames per second (fps), perhaps giving an idea of what a disembodied human brain could do if wired up to a vision sensor.”


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