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Steve Abreu newsarticle on working towards personalized intelligent computers

11 May 2022
Steve Abreu
Steve Abreu

Working towards personalized intelligent computers

Computers are everywhere: in our pockets, in our offices and in our cars. Some are advanced in the field of artificial intelligence (‘AI’). Yet, we still don’t have walking-and-talking robots. At CogniGron, Steve Abreu is designing programming methods for neuromorphic computers. He describes why brains are more intelligent than computers. Read the full article on the newspage of University here.

Last modified:11 May 2022 12.30 p.m.

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