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Our brains are incredibly complex organs, so much so that they are far from being fully understood by modern science. 

One thing we do know is that the human brain is an incredibly efficient computing device — it operates at a much slower clock speed than modern microprocessors while still making billions of calculations per second.

Now, MIT computer scientists are trying to copy the computing efficiency of the human brain using neural networks made of superconducting nanowires.

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