About this Research Topic
This Research Topic aims to investigate the recent advances and development of brain-inspired computing, including brain-inspired hardware (e.g., neuromorphic chips), , algorithms (e.g., training algorithms of spiking neural networks), models (e.g., spiking neural networks), and event-based applications (e.g., brain-inspired navigation, segmentation, object recognition). It is expected that the answers to the following questions will be investigated in this Research Topic: 1) What are the present advances and future trends of neuromorphic computing? 2) How can new findings in neuroscience promote the development of new brain-inspired algorithms and models? 3) How to develop a brain-inspired algorithm for real-world applications?
This Research Topic will provide a platform for scientists and researchers to exchange ideas for promoting the development of brain-inspired computing, and targeting the next generation of artificial intelligence. All the original works related to brain-inspired computing or neuromorphic computing are welcome and encouraged. The primary list of topics for this Research Topic issue includes, but is not limited to:
• Brain-inspired navigation;
• Spiking neural networks;
• Neuromorphic computing theory, and algorithms;
• Brain-inspired robots;
• Robot perception;
• Spiking information encoding and decoding;
• Event-based learning;
• Brain-inspired models and algorithms;
• Applications of neuromorphic machine intelligence
Keywords: Brain-inspired Navigation, Brain-like Computing, Spiking Neural Networks, Neuromorphic Computing Theory, and Algorithms, Brain-inspired Robots, Robot Perception, Spiking Information Encoding and Decoding, Event-based Learning, Event Cameras, Brain-inspire
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