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Sept. 15, 2022, 7:57 p.m. | /u/stockabuse

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I remember asking a while ago whether it makes sense to run neural nets in an architecture more resembling biological brain, and apparently there are efforts to accomplish exactly that:


In particular, this architecture allows to circumvent von Neumann bottleneck, which is manifested in latencies due to separation of memory and processing units in the classical computer architecture, thus resembling human brain more closely.

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