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Models of Parallel Processing

Posted 10-07-2011 at 08:38 PM by DJ Shaji

Although the human brain works in a similar manner to popular technology - in that it can only process one instruction at a time, it differs starkly from contemporary technology in that the brain itself is divided into thousands of millions of tiny networked processing units, which are specialized to perform a single function, which enable us to perform amazing tasks of pattern recognition and cognitive ability that would otherwise be rendered impossible. There are multiple ways to accomplish this...
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Artificial Intelligence :: Developing a Brain

Posted 10-01-2011 at 07:44 AM by DJ Shaji

I am studying Psychology these days (as opposed to being a student of psychology, having a degree and all, which I am not, and which I do not have, respectively), and I came upon the idea of Artificial Intelligence. So, here's the idea; get ready; how about building an intelligent system - an artificial consciousness, if you will. Now, this iead is by no means new; this idea has existed ever since the first computer was built. In fact, there exist many projects already that achieve this goal to...
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