Nanomagnets can discern wine, and could slake AI's thirst for energy

Human brains process loads of information. When wine aficionados taste a new wine, neural networks in their brains process an array of data from each sip. Synapses in their neurons fire, weighing the importance of each bit of data—acidity, fruitiness, bitterness—before passing it along to the next layer of neurons in the network. As information flows, the brain parses out the type of wine.

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