Japanese super-computer mimics brain cell network, reaches 1% of brain capacity

Using a Japanese super-computer, a team of scientists have carried out the largest ever imitation of the way a brain's cells connect with each other. This will pave the way for a better understanding of the extremely complex human brain, they say. Researchers from the RIKEN,

These computer chips mimic the human brain

No computer works as efficiently as the human brain – so much so that building an artificial brain is the goal of many scientists.