Cortical Labs is building a new generation of biological computer chips. We're a new biotech startup backed by Blackbird Ventures, based in Melbourne, Australia.
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Biological neural networks can solve problems in unfamiliar situations — independent of acquired knowledge — due to their self-organizating properties.
Fluid intelligence is an essential requirement for autonomous robotics.
Unlike digital circuits, biological networks are robust to physical damage.
Their capacity to adapt and reorganise could maintain functionality where traditional circuits would fail.
Biological intelligence is scalable from dragon flies to humans.
Grow neurons without the need for absolute-zero facilities or expensive nano-scale fabrication units.
The human brain has over a billion neurons and is capable of generalised intelligence sipping only 20 watts of power.
Biological computing is the new frontier of computational power efficiency.
"What if you had a computer chip that could self-organise and restructure itself to best solve a problem?"Letter from the founders Click above to be taken to the SpikeStream Neural Visualiser
Spike visualisor showing real-time neural network activations
We're developing techniques to stimulate and cultivate neuron growth for computation.
Hon is an experienced startup founder with an entrepreneurial spirit grounded in medical and technical expertise. Previously he was founder and CTO of CliniCloud, a medical hardware startup with rave reviews from clinicians.
A licensed medical doctor and software engineer who studied at Johns Hopkins Department of Informatics, he leverages his extensive experience and multi-disciplinary background to foster collaboration between the fields of biology and computer science.
A computer scientist, researcher and software engineer whose work history includes on-the-ground experience at three high-tech startups. Andy also spearheaded the first technical team providing Deep Learning consultancy in Melbourne.
Andy has published several peer-reviewed papers on artificial intelligence. He’s a long-time community organizer and founder of the highly respected Melbourne ML/AI Meetup, which has with over 6,000 members.
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