There are many such clues in the world, the more the problem is to be solved, the more entangled it becomes. There’s also a knack for working with a human mind. So far, a lot of research and studies have been done on this, but the exact work is not known how the brain works. However, researchers have now developed a network of ultrasmall metallic wire. It is believed that this may show a new way of understanding the computing system of the brain. The study has been published in the journal Scientific Reports. Researchers have used metallic nanowire networks to mimic the electrical activities of the human brain, especially processes such as memory, learning and forgetting.
Researchers from other institutions, including Japan’s National Institute for Material Science, say that a brain-enabled system can prove effective in bringing brain science to a more advanced level. The researchers said in a statement that they studied in detail the basic components of the brain, such as the neurons and the synapses that connect them. However, many brain-related issues remain unanswered. Scientists say that it is difficult to manipulate the living brain in experimental research because then the brain remains a’ mysterious organ.’ It has developed a system to overcome these challenges, capable of functioning as a brain, to investigate the mechanisms behind the knowledge process.
Such a new model made Researchers use polymer insulation-coated silver nanowires to create their complex networks like brains. A joint between two nanowires was also used to make synaps. According to the study, nanowires have a wide synaptic system with a large number of interactions and form a’ neuromorphic network.’ When electrical force is used in this network, it’ struggles’ to find its best path of flow. The team of researchers measured the formation, interception and inactivity of the flow through the network. They found that they’re fluctuating as they progress. This process is similar to how a human brain functions in the process of memory, learning and forgetting. According to the researchers, scientists are involved in the production of memory devices, both of these processes also have a similarity through which the brain is alert or calm. Researchers are now developing brain-like memory devices based on these findings, which work perfectly with the principles currently being used on computers.