New Magnetic Info Writing Technique May Help Computers Work Like Human Brains

Researchers have demonstrated a way to write any magnetic pattern onto nanowires, helping computers mimic human brains. Most current computer hardware rely on magnetic memory devices that are straightforward in design. Brain-like computers, called “neural networks,” are extremely powerful but limited by conventional hardware. This research breakthrough allows for hardware to catch up with software’s capabilities. Moving forward, researchers are looking to create more efficient magnetic patterns that may open up new avenues in computing.

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