IBM NS16e-4 NeuroSynaptic Supercomputer

Featured Finalist
2018

The Neurosynaptic Supercomputer is a brain-inspired AI supercomputing system driven by an innovative architecture and chip set. The architecture combines the left-brain language and analytic thinking of standard computers with the right-brain sense and pattern recognition powers of the neurosynaptic chip, creating a holistic computing intelligence.

Designed by: Camillo Sassano, Kevin Schultz and Aaron Cox of the IBM Industrial Design Program with William Risk, Ben Shaw and Mike Debole of IBM Research for LLNL and the US Air Force.

Contact: camillo.sassano@gmail.com; https://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/52657.wss