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TechTalks050 will kick off with the world of brain-inspired computers

21 March 2019

The next generation of computers will not be based on silicon chips but on new materials, inspired by the organization of the human brain. Professor Niels Taatgen investigates this phenomenon at the new CogniGron center of the University of Groningen. Together with an entrepreneur he takes you along the technological developments in the field of computer brains or brain computers.

Walk in: 19:00 (including coffee or tee)
Start: 19:30
Drinks: 21:30 (including one consumption)

About TechTalks050
The concept is simple: a scientist and someone from the field present a current topic in the field of digital technology, innovation or trends. For entrepreneurs, professionals, policy makers in the digital world. With networking drinks for Groningen and wide surroundings.  

Every six weeks in DOT, organised by the Center for Information Technology (CIT) of the University of Groningen.For more information, go to the website for the upcoming topics and sign up for the mailing list:

Datum: Monday April 15, 2019, 19:30 uur

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