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Cellular Nonlinear/Neural Network (CNN) technology is both a revolutionary concept and an experimentally proven new computing paradigm. It lays the groundwork for a new approach to information processing that is based on brain-inspired spatial-temporal behavior in large-scale, cellular arrays of nanoeletronic processing elements. Prof. and Dr. Klaus Mainzer will explore CNN philosophy’s links with deep problems of epistemology and broach the ways that bio-inspired computing leads to questions of societal acceptance and ethical benchmarks.
Prof. Dr. Klaus Mainzer is a philosopher of science and director of the Center for Technology and Society at the University of Technology, Munich. He studies the foundations and future perspectives of science and technology focusing on mathematical treatment and computer modeling as well as complex systems in the natural world, science, business, and society. His research areas include self-organization, chaos theory, artificial intelligence, and artificial life.
Mainzer is a participant in NDnano’s NSF-EAGER grant, “Computer Architectures for 2020 and Beyond.”