Hardware for neural networks

Neuromorphic computing, rewriting Turing machines for blobby grey matter, other hybrid ideas

November 16, 2023 — November 16, 2023

Placeholder, for thinking about the implementation and theory of computation as it has been perturbed by our increasing dependence upon neural models for computing.

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