DeepSouth: The Dawn of Brain-Inspired Supercomputers

Discover the revolutionary DeepSouth supercomputer – the world’s first computer designed to emulate the parallel biological neural networks of the human brain itself. Developed by scientists at Western Sydney University’s International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems, DeepSouth utilizes breakthrough neuromorphic hardware and software that mimics neurons and synapses to achieve unprecedented efficiency. Will DeepSouth usher in the synaptic supercomputing era? Discover … Continue reading

China to Develop Supercomputer Prototype as Powerful as Human Brain

Chinese state media announced that by the end of the year it intends to put out a prototype of an exascale supercomputer that would be more than ten times as powerful as any existing machine, and would cement China as a world leader in supercomputing technology. China’s exascale computer, tentatively called Tianhe-3, would be a significant leap forward in supercomputing. … Continue reading