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Using Advanced Micro/Nano-electronic Technology to Establish Neuromorphic Systems Panel
Using Advanced Micro/Nano-electronic Technology to Establish Neuromorphic Systems
Chair: Wei Wang
In this panel discussion, our experts will contrast their different opinions about hardware implementation of neuromorphic systems using micro/nano-electronic technologies. We will also hear comments and questions from the audience.
What are the challenges of designing and building devices, circuits, and systems for neuromorphic applications?
How to link the cortex and neuron analysis and the neural model/architecture study to the hardware implementation?
What is the recent development in CMOS VLSI-based neuromorphic study? Can we use CMOS to build a complex system such as a human brain-like system?
Can nanodevices provide us an efficient way to build neuromorphic systems? The nanodevices are not stable and have a lot of defects. Will this cause a major problem?
Is the multi-chip method incorporating CMOS chips and nanochips a promising solution? What will the future neuromorphic circuits and systems look like?
What is the industry's perspective in building hardware-based neuromorphic systems?
Come, listen and learn about the answers to these questions.