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This is a skeptical article published yesterday by cognitive scientist +Mark Changizi. One of his arguments is that we still don't understand the tiny "brain" of the C. elegans roundworm. If the functioning of these 302 neurons is beyond our grasp, even after decades of study, then we've no hope of soon understanding the many billions of neurons in a mammalian brain.
Building artificial brains may be a part of our future -- though I'm not convinced -- but for the foreseeable, century-scale future, I see only fizzle.
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we start to discuss when it will happens, and on my mind it means that we agree on fact that it will happens ;)
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