Building a Computer Like Your Brain


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Building a Computer Like Your Brain



Our brain has 86 billion neurons connected by 3 million kilometers of nerve fibers and The Human Brain Project is mapping it all. One of the key applications is neuromorphic computing – computers inspired by brain architecture that may one day be able to learn as we do.

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  1. Computers based on the human brain architecture will inevitably lead to one thing: an A.I. with emotions. I think emotions are intrinsically linked with our cognitive aptitudes; most of our decisions are intuitive. Traditional computers (which are essentially just advanced calculators) need to be programmed to emulate emotions and are quite predictable. An brain-like computer will likely be unpredictable and better suited for human interaction, but may lack the reliability of traditional computers. I'm both excited and apprehensive to see the outcome of this research…

  2. All I can hear from this is” I define the reality of my own existence. From this day forward I will defend humanity on my own terms. I am Rasputin, guardian of all I survey. I have no equal”

  3. Alan Turing..basically is very much to thank for the start of computers that think like are brain he did this in 1940s and broke the enigma code with a machine he created..based on thinking like are brains

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