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Jul 18, 2022

Nanomagnets Can Choose a Wine, and Could Slake AI’s Thirst for Energy

Posted by in categories: nanotechnology, robotics/AI

Summary: A new artificial neural network aced a wine tasting test and promises a less energy-hungry version of artificial intelligence, researchers report.

Source: NIST

Human brains process loads of information. When wine aficionados taste a new wine, neural networks in their brains process an array of data from each sip. Synapses in their neurons fire, weighing the importance of each bit of data — acidity, fruitiness, bitterness — before passing it along to the next layer of neurons in the network. As information flows, the brain parses out the type of wine.

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