At Knowm, we are building a new and exciting type of computer processor to accelerate machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence applications. The goal of Thermodynamic-RAM (kT-RAM) is to run general ML operations, traditionally deployed to CPUs and GPUs, to a physically-adaptive analog processor based on memristors which unites memory and processing. If you haven’t heard yet, we call this new way of computing “AHaH Computing”, which stands for Anti-Hebbian and Hebbian Computing, and it provides a universal computing framework for in-memory reconfigurable logic, memory, and ML. While we have shown a long time ago that AHaH Computing is capable of solving problems across many domains of ML, we only recently figured out how to use the kT-RAM instruction set and low precision/noisy memristors to build supervised and unsupervised compositional (deep) ML systems. Our method does not require the propagation of error algorithm (Backprop) and is easy to attain with realistic analog hardware, including but not limited to memristors.