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University of Central Florida researchers are helping to close the gap separating human and machine minds.

In a study featured as the cover article appearing today in the journal Science Advances, a UCF research team showed that by combining two promising nanomaterials into a new superstructure, they could create a that mimics the neural pathways of brain cells used for .

"This is a baby step toward developing , which are computer processors that can simultaneously process and memorize information," said Jayan Thomas, an associate professor in UCF's NanoScience Technology Center and Department of Materials Science and Engineering. "This can reduce the as well as the energy required for processing. At some time in the future, this invention may help to make robots that can think like humans."

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