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Oct 2, 2021

Intel unveils second-generation neuromorphic computing chip

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Intel today announced a major update to its neuromorphic computing program, including a second-generation chip called Loihi 2 and Lava, an open-source framework for developing “neuro-inspired” applications. The company is now offering two Loihi 2-based neuromorphic systems — Oheo Gulch and Kapoho Point. They will be available through a cloud service to members of the Intel Neuromorphic Research Community (INRC) and Lava via GitHub for free.

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Intel unveiled the second generation of its neuromorphic chip and claims it will be able to solve planning and optimization problems.

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