February 13, 2014      

It?s been a long time coming, but Cambridge, Mass.-based startup Neurala has finally been awarded a patent for its ?brain-like? intelligence for robots.

The technology, which Neurala began developing in 2004, attempts to mirror the human brain?s continuous feedback process to enable robots to process multiple inputs and commands simultaneously, making them smarter and able to quickly adapt to their surroundings.

The company first started working on the deep-learning technology in 2004, filing ...

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