Dramatically reducing the risk of stroke with neuromorphic hardware #
Communication Systems / Smart Sensing and Electronics / Engineering of Adaptive Systems 6.5.2021
Computer architecture inspired by the human brain – to most people, this sounds rather abstract and removed from everyday life. Far from it: a research team from Fraunhofer IIS and Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) has developed neuromorphic hardware capable of detecting early signs of atrial fibrillation and considerably reducing the risk of stroke. In other words, this application has an entirely practical place in everyday life.