Special report: Sparsity looks to make AI infrastructure more efficient, AI increasingly useful in the software stack, quantum and classical hardware evolves
René Descartes, in the mid-17th century, was the first to connect thought with the engineering of his day – in his case living systems were mechanical automata with plumbing or hydraulics to move ideas and actions. Now, brains are too often thought of by neuroscientists as little computers with a processing capacity and a hard…
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