Scientists have reached the milestone of developing a computer that works like a human brain. The great masterpiece will be unveiled to the world by the end of this decade.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, scientists from Stockholm's KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stanford University have developed the world's first electrochemical 3-terminal transistor with the help of 2D material.
With the help of this transistor, scientists will be greatly helped to create a neural network that will function exactly like the human brain.
Scientists say that the memory component made in the titanium carbide compound has performed well.
In a study published in the science journal Advanced Functional Materials, the scientists said that the transistor, dubbed MXENES, could be used in the future for such neural computers.