Hollywood has made movies that portray robots as uncontrollable murderous brutes. They have fed on the universal fear of new things. People have a innate fear of the unknown, and machines that think like us are even more frightening. What if …
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Six reasons why Progressive Learning in Synthetic Neuro Anatomy is a sound theory of brain development.
1/ Biological neural cells are covered in thousands of synapses, synapses are memory. Therefore memory is distributed throughout the brain. The values in synapses are not there by coincidence. The human brain consists of many sections. We don’t
East Coast FM Interview compact Higher Intelligence, the book, was featured on East Coast FM today in a fourteen minute interview.
New Albany, Indiana, April 14, 2013. Peter presented his Synthetic Neuro-Anatomy chip for Artificial Intelligence applications at the Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Sciences Conference in Louisville, Kentucky today. While other present
March 22, 2013. Recently DARPA released a bulletin that was titled “DARPA envisions the future of machine learning”. They went on to explain what Machine Learning means in their view; “the ability of computers to understand data, manage results
By Peter AJ van der Made. Author of ‘Higher Intelligence, How to Build a Functional Artificial Brain” available through bookstores and on-line at Amazon.com. 1/ Brains are analogue, computers are digital. Von Neumann wrote in the 1950’s that ne