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How a Computer Chip Can Smell without a Nose

 
p>Our Expert:┬áNabil Imam, a senior research scientist in Intel Labs’ neuromorphic computing group, works with olfactory neurophysiologists at Cornell University. “My friends at Cornell study the biological olfactory system in animals and measure the electrical activity in their brains as they smell odors,” explains Imam, who has a doctorate in neuromorphic computing. “On the basis …...

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Posted: March 16, 2020 |  By: Wissen Schwamm
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