This book is about a new technology that transcends computers, and has the capability to evolve through autonomous learning. The human brain is a giant 3D interactive information carrier. Learning is a prime function of the brain. Why have machines that claimed to be Artificial Intelligence never included these functions? Can machines act with intelligence, and at what level? Is purpose-built neural hardware, a synthetic brain, the solution? What is the definition of Intelligence? What about sensory organs, what role do they play in the development of intelligence? How much of a human will we need to emulate to allow a synthetic brain to learn from the world around us? Once we have built an intelligent machine, what will its impact be on society? Its impact is likely to be greater than the technologies that went before it, such as steam engines, the internal combustion engine, airplanes and computers. How do we distribute wealth? 'Higher Intelligence' explores all these questions and much more. It gives insight into new discoveries, explains how the brain works and how it achieves all the spectacular things it is capable of.
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February 20, 2013
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