From: Patrick McCuller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Apr 10 2001 - 17:05:55 MDT
> > Isn't this 100 Pflops or 100,000 Tflops?
> > -- -- -- --
> I assume one synapse firing represents one bit of
> data. One floating point value = 32 bits nominally
Fascinating. The intersynaptic cleft is a storm of neurotransmitters and
assorted ions diffusing back and forth, not to mention the complex enzyme
cycles inside the cells that affect and are affected by 'firing'. How do you
collapse all that down to one bit?
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