Computers have entered the age when they are able to learn from their own mistakes, foreign media reported. The first commercial version of a new kind of computer chip is scheduled for release in 2014. Not only can it automate tasks that now require painstaking programming, it can also sidestep and even tolerate errors, potentially making the term "computer crash" obsolete. The new chips, already in use by some large technology companies, are based on the biological nervous sysytem.
Written by Dora Men