Brighton puts your brain on GPUs

Researchers at the University of Sussex in Brighton in the UK have employed GPUs in a desktop PC for a large-scale brain simulation that would typically require a supercomputer. The research builds on the work of US researcher Eugene Izhikevich who pioneered a similar method for large-scale brain simulation in 2006. Izhikevich developed a new class of models of spiking ...

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