This 10-page article, published by Nature Publishing Group, discusses research related to neuromorphic computing. This research involves "... a biomimetic audiomorphic device that captures the neurobiological architecture and computational map inside the auditory cortex of barn owl..." Mimicking barn owls "super sensory neural architectures and associated algorithms through innovative solid-state devices and circuits might provide an alternative route towards energy efficient neuromorphic computing."

This article includes the following sections: Abstract; Introduction; Results - Neural map and compute algorithm in barn owl, Artificial coincident detector neuron, Construction of neural auditory computational map, Artificial time delay neurons, and Neuroplasticity; Discussion; Methods; and more. 

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A Biomimetic Two-Dimensional Transistor for Audiomorphic Computing
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August 1st, 2019

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