bionic brain


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bionic brain

An electronic brain that mimics the processes of the human brain. In 2015, researchers at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) and the University of California, Santa Barbara, created a bionic brain prototype using memristors. See bionic and memristor.
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In his acceptance remarks, Fattah thanked Australia for its commitment to brain research, citing the country's $250 million investment to develop a bionic brain.
Bionic brains - including electronic devices which are plugged into the brain.