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Submitted by SquishyGorilla 762d ago | news

£1 Billion Supercomputer To Reconstruct And Simulate 'Entire Human Brain'

NRM: "An international group of researchers have secured over £1 billion to fund the incredibly ambitious 'Human Brain project.' Scientists will spend the next decade understanding, mapping, and virtually simulating the network of over a hundred billion neuronal connections that illicit thought, emotion, and consciousness." (Culture, Hi-tech)

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fatstarr  +   761d ago
if they design an ingenious program then I can see this working.
SKUD  +   761d ago
Sadly, Advances in this field is something I won't get to really see in my life time.
hazelamy  +   761d ago
the singularity is near.
FrencFri  +   761d ago
Skynet anyone????

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