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University of Groningen to develop applications for SynSense’s Neuromorphic hardware

08 November 2023

SynSense, a world-leading neuromorphic engineering company located in Zurich and CogniGron (University of Groningen) are today announcing a collaboration to evaluate the low-power Neuromorphic sensory processors from SynSense.

The full press release can be found here: https://www.synsense.ai/university-of-groningen-to-develop-applications-for-synsenses-neuromorphic-hardware/

Last modified:08 November 2023 2.13 p.m.

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