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Technical Seminar Presentation

National Institute of Science and Technology

NEUROCOMPUTERS

Presented By
Utsav Saikia
Roll# CS200118134

Under the guidance of


Mr. Anisur Rehman

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Introduction
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•Neurocomputers, “Computers with Brain”

•Artificial intelligence allow a computer to get really smart

•neuro-electronics

•Trents in improvements

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Reasons for Doing Study on Neurocomputers


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•main reason

•advantages of neural networks and neurocomputers

•repetition of new and old information

•neural networks and neurocomputers better than


more conventional kinds of software and hardware

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Advantages of Neurocomputers
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• demonstrations of adaptiveness

• learning

• associative memory

• optimization and classification of information

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Present Technology
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Neuro Cell

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Present Technology
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Leech Cells

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Breakthroughs in Neurocomputing
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• Since the first working model of neurocomputing was


invented only five years ago, this technology is still very
much in its infancy

• Some automated procedure, whether enzymatic,


mechanical, or electrical, must facilitate the placement of
neurons in their wells without a human technician guiding
each separate cell.
• Eve Marder of Brandeis University developed a computer
program to translate neural communication

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Processing Characteristics
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• Self-organization

• Multiple States

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Neurocomputers Inside Supercomputers


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• Exists in the form of the program that implements the neural


network algorithm of the optimal loading distribution between
processors

• The neural network is considered as the component part of the


optimization compiler

• For maximal efficiency for the distributed information


processing system, one needs to equalize the load feeding to
each processor

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Benefits
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• Medicine

• Quantum Mechanics

• Processing Efficiency

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Consequences of Neurocomputing
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• Direction of synthesizing intelligent life from machine parts

• The Matrix?

• The rational thinking of manipulated brain cells combined


with the memory and storage capacity of traditional
computers would create a mind far superior to any natural
human mind.

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Conclusion
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• Bare–bone architecture

• -In about 10 years or so neurocomputers will go


commercial.

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THANK YOU

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