Intel teaches a computer chip to smell

Intel teaches a computer chip to smell

Researchers from Intel and Cornell University have trained the ’Loihi’ neuromorphic chip to learn and recognize the scents of ten different hazardous chemicals. The technology is proposed to be used to detect odors humans create when they have certain diseases, or smells associated with explosives or drugs. The chips use AI to learn to sense the odor and then identify it again when re-exposed.

Kathy
Kathy
Dave
Dave 3 weeks

If it breathes......

Werli
Werli 3 weeks

"smelling" is a relative term. what sensors are they using? is it picking up particles then scanning it and matching it to a database of known particle attributes?

Fin
Fin 3 weeks

If u notice how chips are made u know who has all the protective ppd equipment n engineering control supplys

Avi Khait
Avi Khait 3 weeks

I had a potato chip once that smelled so good I eat it.

The Light
The Light 3 weeks

So Intel is losing to and so they come out with more nwo tools how unsurprising.

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