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Ahead of the Plasticity Curve: AI, Biology and Technology


Oct 20
15:30 - 16:00

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Neuroplasticity allows our brains to continually adapt and learn through new experiences.

Ian Bratt, Arm machine learning group Fellow, uses this biological concept to discuss the advance of AI – identifying parallels with the evolution of the most powerful and efficient processor that’s ever existed - the human brain.

As we move through the next decade of Arm-powered computing, hear Ian talk about how our brains can guide future AI system creation and reflect on Arm’s progress as we contemplate what it will take to power the age of AI.
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