A step closer to multi-time-scale neuromorphic chips

Categorie(s) : Innovation & Society, News, Research

Published : 7 June 2021

CEA-Leti is coordinating the European MeM-Scales project, which kicked off in early April. The focus? Neuromorphic chips capable of learning on several time scales. These brain-inspired chips can learn simultaneously at millisecond intervals (axon transmission), at second intervals (spoken language), or at much longer intervals (motor skills).

The nine-partner project consortium is working on autonomous learning algorithms and memory and device technologies. CEA-Leti is contributing its know-how to new resistive-filament and phase-change memory solutions with excellent “forgetting behavior,” a prerequisite for this kind of multi-time-scale application.

Contact: camille.giroud@cea.fr

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