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Molecular computer mimics human brain behaviour

Posted on Saturday, May 01 2010 @ 01:30:40 CEST by


A team of international researchers has built a massively parallel molecular computer that mimics the human brain:
The researchers used DDQ, a hexagonal molecule made of nitrogen, oxygen, chlorine and carbon that self-assembles in two layers on a gold substrate.

The DDQ molecule can switch among four conducting states, unlike the binary switches used by most computers.

"The neat part is, approximately 300 molecules talk with each other at a time during information processing. We have mimicked how neurons behave in the brain," Pati says.

"The evolving neuron-like circuit network allows us to address many problems on the same grid, which gives the device intelligence."
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