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Submitted by Gekko 896d ago | news

Don't Expect To Download Your Brain Into A Computer

The Verge: ''While the prospect of human-like artificial intelligence has permeated popular culture, the scientific and philosophical investigation of consciousness is far from over. While some futurists like Google's Ray Kurzweil predict powerful and complex computers that can replicate the human brain, others, including Duke University neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis, dismiss the possibility altogether.'' (Culture)

Erudito87  +   895d ago
i think its possible

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