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Nickel oxide is a material that can 'learn' like animals and could help further artificial intelligence research

By Shriram Ramanathan, Professor of Materials Engineering, Purdue University
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The ability to store information is central to learning and the field of artificial intelligence. Researchers have shown how a unique material shows basic learning properties similar to that of slugs.The Conversation


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