[MANA E-BULLETIN Vol.9 - Feature] Creating Systems that can Think, Feel -- and Smell

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MANA researchers are pursuing innovative technologies that mimic the functions of the human brain. Thinking and perception -- the hallmarks of an artificially intelligent system -- are the focus of intense research at MANA, and it is producing exciting results, as well as a host of promising applications. Two MANA researchers, Tomonobu Nakayama and Genki Yoshikawa, are engaged in work that uses nanotechnology to achieve performance that approaches that of our own biological systems. Dr. Nakayama is developing a nanoarchitectonics network that exhibits emergent cognition -- an artificial brain -- and Dr. Yoshikawa is developing a nano-perceptive olfactory system -- an artificial nose.

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  • 27/03/2020
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