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Engineers build device for brain-inspired computing

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A team of Stanford engineers led by Professor H.-S. Philip Wong has demonstrated a new nanoelectronic device that emulates human synapses, the brain's computing mechanism. This breakthrough might one day lead to computer systems that can learn rather than merely respond.

'Autobiographical Reflections' lecture series now on iTunes

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From left, Wanda Corn, the late Arthur Kornberg and Herbert Lindenberger are three of the 13 emeritus professors who have shared their stories as part of the Emeriti Council's "Autobiographical Reflections" lecture series, which is now available to the general public on Stanford's iTunes channel.

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