…and it can learn to compose and play music as well!
A chip that is self-learning, neuromorphic, helps solve the energy problem of the internet of things and can compose music as well. That’s what imec, the world-leading research and innovation hub in nano-electronics and digital technologies that operates together with Holst Centre at the High Tech Campus Eindhoven, has come up with. According to imec, it’s the world’s first of this kind. The brain-inspired chip, based on OxRAM technology, has the capability of self-learning and has been demonstrated to have the ability to compose music.

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