2D Materials could be used to simulate brain synapses in computers

Computers could mimic neural networks in the brain — and be much more energy efficient — with a new computer component that mimics how the brain works by acting like a synaptic cell. It’s called an electrochemical random access memory (ECRAM), and researchers have developed materials that offer a commercially-viable way to build these components.

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