Who is the most sophisticated computer in the world? The answer to this question is the human brain. Now ... he can learn new things quickly with extreme ease in the presence of very little information. Can recognize objects, to recognize speech and react to change the situation and to interpret context. Since the dawn of digital technology, scientists are trying to build a computer to mimic the way the brain works. The technology giant IBM is among these enthusiasts by launching such an ambitious project several years ago. Now there are first results. The company announced that they have developed a chip whose architecture is inspired by the structure of the human brain. In addition to the technical development of a computer imitation of the most complicated human body is extremely difficult, it is complicated by the fact that even now there are white patches in the knowledge of scientists and doctors for some functions and processes. Therefore, attempts recently in imitation of brain activities are focused more in the creation of software programs and solutions. Simply were not available technologies to create hardware with similar architecture and capabilities. In recent years, scientists and engineers yet started to develop computer chips that are different from the traditional concept of processor architecture. They rely on the construction of a system similar to that of the nerve cells (neurons) in the brain. The human body is composed of more than 100 billion. Neurons that are associated with each other. Information of pulses Result achieved by IBM's processor TrueNorth (compass heading that indicates the geographical north - note. Eds.), Which has 4,096 cores, and its overall structure is equivalent to one million neurons and 256 million. Synaptic connections. Namely neurons and synapses are the main elements that make up the human brain and give most of his abilities. The total number of transistors is 5.4 billion., Making it the largest components like chip manufactured by IBM ever. "In 2001 we had a core processors.