Using nanomaterials for AI

Nanomaterials are increasingly being used for a range of applications, but their usage for artificial intelligence is complicated due to the unpredictability of their behavior.

Researchers from Washington University in St. Louis believe they’ve come up with a model that better explains how electrons move through nanomaterials, which could in turn prove a significant step towards using such materials within a machine learning device.

“When one builds devices out of nanomaterials, they don’t always behave like they would for a bulk material,” the authors say. “One of the things that changes dramatically is the way in which these electrons move through material, called the electron transport mechanism, but it’s not well understood how that happens.”

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