Inspired by the nervous system of insects, scientists from Europe have implanted a neural network on a silicon neuron chip. They managed to perform parallel data processing to perform multivariate analysis. The chip technology exhibition explains the meaning of this neuromorphic approach to the future of computing.
The Exhibition Shows The Neuron Chips That Are Used To Test A New Model Of A Neural Network
The technology of latter has successfully completed the computer processing of multivariate data. Trying to replicate the operation of the network to perform computing tasks, is not new. Creating artificial neural networks can work programs by processing the data in parallel to the human brain. But this type of operation requires tremendous computing power. As evidence, a simulation of the equivalent of one second of neural activity is mobilized during the exhibition.
Chip Technology Exhibition Involves The Inclusion Of Images And Other Icons Too
Icons and signatures in the negative (mask) of a chip that is etched into a silicon wafer by photolithography. Given the microscopic size of the pieces of chips, chip art cannot be seen without a microscope, and the fact that the designers did not announce that they added something extra to certain chips means that there are a number of undiscovered chips works out there.
Integrated circuits consist of several material layers, typically silicon, glass and aluminum. The composition and thickness of these layers gives them their distinctive color and appearance. These elements have created an irresistible palette for IC design and layout engineers. The creative process associated with the design of these chips, a strong pride in their work and an artistic temperament that combines compels people to mark their work as their own. It is very common to find initials or groups of initials on chips. This is the way the designer “signs” his work.