Samsung is currently exploring ways to download a neural map of the brain to an electronic device. This type of technology may take several years to bear fruit, but Samsung appears to be as interested in making memory chips as it is in producing silicon, which mimics the functions of the brain.
Samsung's latest ambition is to take a new approach to developing chips that mimic human brain function for self-study. In particular, the company wants to do this by copying the real thing onto special silicone.
To explore this new possibility, the Samsung Institute of Advanced Technology (SAIT) collaborated with researchers at Harvard University. The preliminary results were published in an article in Nature Electronics titled "Brain-Based Neuroelectronics."
When attaching neural map recordings to something like impedance RAM, each cell is programmed so that its conductivity reflects the strength of a particular neural connection.The human brain has 100 billion neurons cells with more connections They help reverse engineering the human brain on memory chips, and finally, this allows researchers to easily adapt neural chips to similar brain features, such as low-power performance, rapidly evolving with a specific environment and even cognition.
Samsung wants to 'copy and paste' the brain onto memory chips