Pocket brains: Neuromorphic hardware arrives for our brain-inspired algorithms

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As the world’s great companies pursue autonomous cars, they’re essentially spending billions of dollars to get machines to do what your average two-year-old can do without thinking—identify what they see. Of course, in some regards toddlers still have the advantage. Infamously last year, a driver died while in a Tesla sedan—he wasn’t paying attention when the vehicle’s camera mistook a nearby truck for the sky.

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