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Neurala

Neurala makes software brains for robots that mimic the way the human brain works.

Neurala
8 St. Mary’s Street
Suite 613
Boston, MA 02215
United States

Neurala is a graduate of the TechStars 2013 Boston start-up accelerator program and works closely with the Boston University Neuromorphics Lab, which studies biological intelligence and embeds the derived fundamental principles in bio-inspired computers and robots. The underlying technology is based on research done with the Boston University Neuromorphics Lab and funded by NASA and the U.S. Air Force. The research projects include developing robot intelligence for use on Mars, where robots must operate independently because Earth-based communications are limited. Neurala is taking the work designed for Mars and is bringing it down to Earth.



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