Richard Norman, rsnorman at mediaone.net, wrote on Fri, 23 Jun 2000:
> I can't find a link to the new chips at the specified site.
The ZDNet article from Reuters did not include a link,
but said that the work was written up in Nature on `Thursday,'
which must mean a Thurs.22.June.2000 issue of Nature.
The ZDNet article quoted H. Sebastian Seung and
Rahul Sarpeshkar, both of MIT, so a look into Nature
and a search for their names should lead to the paper.
> Nevertheless, it does seem a bit of a stretch from an
> announcement of a mixed analog/digital chip to a
> request for "one that can imitate the human cerebral cortex"
>> Mentifex <mentifex at my-deja.com> wrote in message
> news:8itps1$j3t$1 at nnrp1.deja.com...>>http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/ ZDNet: News: Page One has an
>> article on mixed analog and digital chips being developed
>> at MIT, Bell Labs and the Institute of Neuroinformatics.
>>>> The Mindmaker Project needs chips that can imitate the
>> human cerebral cortex. <clip>
Arthur T. Murray mentifex at scn.org
...imitating the human cerebral cortex in software: