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The nervous systems converts the physical quantities sensed by its primary receptors into trains of events that are then processed in the brain. The unmatched efficiency in information processing has long inspired engineers to seek brain-like approaches to sensing and signal processing. The key principle pursued in neuromorphic sensing is to shed the traditional approach of periodic sampling in favor of an event-driven scheme that mimicks sampling as it occurs in the nervous system, wheredoi:10.3389/fncir.2021.610446 pmid:34135736 pmcid:PMC8203204 fatcat:qjvv6czzufazthcyvs7go5pnj4