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Neuroscience: The mind reader

Neuroscience: The mind reader : Nature News & Comment. Adrian Owen still gets animated when he talks about patient 23. The patient was only 24 years old when his life was devastated by a car accident.
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IBM’s predictions for next five years: everything will learn | KurzweilAI

IBM’s predictions for next five years: everything will learn | KurzweilAI | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
(Credit: IBM) IBM just unveiled its annual 5 in 5 -- five predictions about technology innovations that IBM expects will change the way we work, live and
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Dagmawi hailu's curator insight, March 24, 1:33 AM

Five bold prediction about how the advancement of computing technology and AI will have an effect on the things we do in the next five years.

 

Education, Commerce, Health, Online Security and Smart City are covered in this prediction. It is presented that will bring in new possibilities and opportunities by leveling the playing field in the commerce sector and and improve the lives of millions through advances in the medical sector. Education,  online security and smart city are also predicted to usher in a new era of sustainable, secure and more mature

Matt B's curator insight, March 27, 3:45 AM

IBM's take on the top 5 innovations of the next 5 years. IBM's focus seems to be AI: in the classroom tailoring an individual curriculum for each student, watching over you online as literal 'Smart Security' software, and in learning systems in cities to organise logistics, communications etc.

Tri Tran's curator insight, March 27, 4:17 AM

The five predictions of IBM about the future are:

Personalized Learning - Our current education system is a generalized curriculum for all students, but what if the students have different learning speed, different ways of learning such as visual learning or learning through practices, the classroom might not provide these methods for each students therefor not all student can learn at the same rate. With personalized learning, cloud computing will study you and your methods of learning, it will help you personalized your curriculum and helps you learn what you need to and what you want to learn in a way that benefits you.

Shopping: With augmented reality devices that are in development for the future, shopping online will be able to provide you with the same experience as shopping in a local store. It can even provide you with specific sizes, favorite, color, favorite style you want, all you have to do is input your detail into whatever artificial intelligence device that will be available in the future.
 

Personalized cancer treatment: Doctors will be able to treat cancer down to the DNA level, cloud based cognitive systems will be able to sequence the DNA of a cancer patient within a day and become a standard level of care. Not only with cancer, this system can also provide and sequence DNA-specific treatments for other medical conditions such as stroke and heart diseases.

Digital security: Through powerful cloud based analytic, a security system will be able to recognize you inside and out, protecting you 24/7 from identity fraud. For example, this personalized security system will know that you would usually wait for your gas tank to be almost empty before filling it up, and you are a vegetarian, so if someone were to buy a hot-dog (meat-based food) and fills up a tank when it is only halfway, the system would inform you and take action to prevent you from any harm. Security has evolved from a rule-based system such as passwords to being automatic and based on who we are.

Future cities: cities has rules, and it requires the people in it to follow them. For example, a bus would only come once every hour, therefor if you want to go somewhere you would have to follow the rule and wait for the bus at that exact time, through cloud based computing and analytic, more buses might dispatch to match the needs of more people.

 

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Can You Believe What Neuroscience Claims About Market Research?

Can You Believe What Neuroscience Claims About Market Research? | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
A common, popular conception of market research consists of women trying on lipstick in a small room with a two-way mirror, a la Mad Men. It's amazing to think that in ten years ...
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Today In Dystopian War Robots That Will Harvest Us For Our Organs | TechCrunch

Today In Dystopian War Robots That Will Harvest Us For Our Organs | TechCrunch | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
You're in luck today, true believers! We have four exciting robots that will eventually enslave and/or eat us, each one more beautiful than the last, thereby..
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What good is an old brain in a young body – a strategy for regenerating the ... - Next Big Future

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Why 'Overlearning' Is The Key To Ridiculous Success

Why 'Overlearning' Is The Key To Ridiculous Success | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
We don’t just need to learn a task in order to perform it well. We need to overlearn it. (RT @thivz Interesting. Why practice makes perfect.
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Immune Cells in Brain Can Influence Your Mood - Sci-News.com

Immune Cells in Brain Can Influence Your Mood - Sci-News.com | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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Immune Cells in Brain Can Influence Your Mood
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Bibliographic information: Eric S. Wohleb et al. 2013. Stress-Induced Recruitment of Bone Marrow-Derived Monocytes to the Brain Promotes Anxiety-Like Behavior.
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Phenomena: - National Geographic

Phenomena: - National Geographic | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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Phenomena:
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Without sophisticated neural networks, you can't use them to study the connectivity in the brain, or to probe abilities like decision-making or consciousness.
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IBM Research: Why games matter to Artificial Intelligence

IBM Research: Why games matter to Artificial Intelligence | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Dr. Gerald Tesauro, the IBM Research scientist who taught Watson how to make wagers when its Jeopardy!, has been named an Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Fellow. His development of ...
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Could robots ever take over the world? -

Could robots ever take over the world? Cambridge News This week it has been reported that robots are moving ever nearer to acquiring human abilities - to smell, feel and see their surroundings, allowing them to operate more independently and...
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IBM Develops Programming Language Inspired By The Human Brain

IBM Develops Programming Language Inspired By The Human Brain | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
IBM has developed a programming language for tomorrows cognitive computers.
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Danny Boy's curator insight, March 27, 12:04 AM

IBM has created a cognitive computer chip, for which current programming languages cannot be used. A new kind of programming language was built for the entirely new architecture which is modelled on the synapses, neurons and axons of the human brain.

Matt B's curator insight, March 27, 4:03 AM

IBM has developed a new architecture of CPU that models the human brain. The CPU is a collection of 'Neurosynaptic Cores' which are modelled of the brain's neocortex structure of neurons and synapses. As most current programming languages are modelled off the FORTRAN language, they are incompatible with this new architecture, and as such a new programming language has been developed. IBM hopes to scale up this technology to 100 trillion synapses, equivalent to a human brain. 

Tri Tran's curator insight, March 27, 5:43 AM

It is definitely exciting to see the future of computer technology in development. Today, it is only a chip, only the beginning, the first step to building and programming a super computer that will be able to not only process and performs analytic readings and number crunching, but MIGHT even be able to perform tasks such as understanding human emotions, it is only a matter of time.

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Scientists power mobile phone with urine - Sydney Morning Herald

Scientists power mobile phone with urine - Sydney Morning Herald | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Sydney Morning Herald Scientists power mobile phone with urine Sydney Morning Herald Researchers from the University of Bristol and Bristol Robotics Laboratory in south-west England said they had created a fuel cell that uses bacteria to break down...
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Human hand gestures began in fish brains - Cornell Chronicle

Human hand gestures began in fish brains - Cornell Chronicle | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Cornell Chronicle Human hand gestures began in fish brains Cornell Chronicle In a 2008 Science paper, Bass and colleagues provided evidence that brain networks instructing when muscles should contract – called patterning – for vocalizing in fishes,...
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Insect Limbs Can Move Without Muscles - What That Might Mean For Robotics - Science 2.0

Insect Limbs Can Move Without Muscles - What That Might Mean For Robotics - Science 2.0 | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Insect Limbs Can Move Without Muscles - What That Might Mean For Robotics Science 2.0 Insect limbs can move without muscles – and a new study helps to explain how insects control their movements using a close interplay of neuronal control and...
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Understanding the difference between 'human smart' and 'computer smart' - The Almagest

Understanding the difference between 'human smart' and 'computer smart' - The Almagest | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Understanding the difference between 'human smart' and 'computer smart' The Almagest A recent research paper published in Elsevier journal Cognition argues that unlike digital computers, which are designed to follow rules, the computations...
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Dr. Michael Yao's curator insight, December 17, 2013 10:11 AM

Indeed I had argue in my works (also discussed here: http://www.linkedin.com/groupItem?type=member&trk=groups_most_popular-0-b-ttl&gid=37945&view=&qid=b9602a17-705f-4827-8993-ec0761b852e8&goback=%2Egmp_37945&item=5812292805464203266)  on Artificial Consciousness that the process which led to intelligence was more than simply computational and dependant on a configuration which brought about consciousness. Because either one is capable of solving problems successfully or not, does not imply that one is intelligent or capable of thinking, such as a machine which can almost always outperform a human given a specific task, yet is not intelligent, althought the human is. 

 It is therefore mandatory for us to not look at common human cognitive errors as simply erronous but as actually footprints in our understanding of the human brain and its processing. Looking at consciousness as the fundamental building blocks for intelligence, and an empirical science of problem solving dynamics, are definitely particulates this neurological research is seeking to achieve which confirm Don Sigma Corp.'s  particulates on the works ;)

Tri Tran's curator insight, March 27, 4:23 AM

"Author of the paper, Gary Lupyan Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Wisconsin, USA, argues that the reason people mistake 798 to be an odd number is that—even though they know that only the last digit matters, they can’t help but also process the other digits, which in this case are odd. This makes the whole number—798—seem “almost” odd, and to some people, actually odd. Such gradedness and context dependence demonstrates just how difficult it is for some people to following strict rules and definitions."
No matter how "smart" and knowledgeable the human race gets, we will almost make mistakes, human error that is. Although it might seem like a cognitive thinking is just identifying something through following a set of rules (so does a computer) there are other biases that comes into play with the human brain. 

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Google acquires Boston Dynamics, a leading robotics company - Ars Technica

Google acquires Boston Dynamics, a leading robotics company - Ars Technica | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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Google acquires Boston Dynamics, a leading robotics company
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A few days ago, word got out that Google was building a robotics division.
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What Defines Psychopathology in the Age of Artificial Intelligence? - Motherboard (blog)

What Defines Psychopathology in the Age of Artificial Intelligence? - Motherboard (blog) | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
What Defines Psychopathology in the Age of Artificial Intelligence?
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Sometimes I find myself feeling deceived by the sheer possibility that perhaps I've been retarded for all my life and I've only ever failed to notice it.
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Tri Tran's curator insight, March 27, 5:05 AM

It would seem that computer and technologies has reached such an advanced stage that it requires other fields of scientific practices to be put into work when developing new technologies. For example, when creating a super artificial intelligence computer, things that are of critical concerns would be philosophy, morals, and absolute laws of computers to prevent these machines from harming its humanoid user in anyway possible. As technology advances, these machines explode exponentially and one day will out-smart us humans.

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A new digital ecology is evolving, and humans are being left behind

A new digital ecology is evolving, and humans are being left behind | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Incomprehensible computer behaviors have evolved out of high-frequency stock trading, and humans aren't sure why. Eventually, it could start affecting high-tech warfare, too.
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Neuroscientists find a key to reducing forgetting -- it's about the network - Science Codex

Neuroscientists find a key to reducing forgetting -- it's about the network - Science Codex | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Neuroscientists find a key to reducing forgetting -- it's about the network
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A team of neuroscientists has found a key to the reduction of forgetting.
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Scientists discover gene that controls the birth of neurons - Medical Xpress

Scientists discover gene that controls the birth of neurons - Medical Xpress | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Scientists discover gene that controls the birth of neurons
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The expression of these genes is controlled by regulatory networks, usually involving proteins, which play critical roles in establishing and maintaining the nervous system.
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How You Can Train Your Mind To Do The Impossible - Huffington Post

How You Can Train Your Mind To Do The Impossible - Huffington Post | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
How You Can Train Your Mind To Do The Impossible Huffington Post Buddhist monks can achieve a harmony between themselves and the world around them by breaking the psychological wall of self/other, expressed as by particular changes in the neural...
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Neuromorphic chips could help reverse-engineer the human brain - Gizmag

Neuromorphic chips could help reverse-engineer the human brain - Gizmag | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Neuromorphic chips could help reverse-engineer the human brain Gizmag This work sheds light on how the neural networks in the brain implement the higher cognitive functions, and offers some valuable insights as to how future neuromorphic chips...
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IT's curator insight, August 18, 2013 2:19 PM

Tato práce vrhá světlo na to, jak neuronové sítě v mozku zavést vyšší kognitivní funkce a nabízí některé cenné poznatky o tom jak budoucí neuromorfní čipy povedou ke zvýšení možností i jejich použití.

Danny Boy's curator insight, March 27, 12:00 AM

Custom chips are being developed which copy the way a human brain functions with neuron firing. Consumes 200,000 times less energy than a supercomputer.

Matt B's curator insight, March 27, 4:16 AM

Research into reverse engineering the human brain could lead to developments in artificial intelligence. Understanding how the brain processes information could lead to improvements in bionic devices such as artificial eye and ear implants. 

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Not human, but getting closer

Not human, but getting closer | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Stuff.co.nz Not human, but getting closer Stuff.co.nz OPINION: It may seem uncomfortably close to science fiction, but robots are moving ever nearer to having humanlike abilities to smell, feel and see their surroundings, allowing them to operate...
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Nick Jernstedt's curator insight, December 15, 2014 5:11 PM

We are becoming closer and closer into making robots as close to us as possible. Although it is very difficult or maybe even impossible to give a robot a sense of taste smell or touch we are in the process of trying. 

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Google Working Feverishly To Place RFID Microchip In Your Brain - Now The End Begins

Google Working Feverishly To Place RFID Microchip In Your Brain - Now The End Begins | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
Google says that the the goal is to insert a chip inside your head for the most effortless search engine imaginable. (Google’s real goal seems to be singularity

The power of computing, and the thrill of its apparently infinite...
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IT's curator insight, October 6, 2013 10:04 AM

Google chce mít čipy evidentně také všude

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The End of Digital Tyranny: Why the Future of Computing Is Analog - Wired

The End of Digital Tyranny: Why the Future of Computing Is Analog - Wired | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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The End of Digital Tyranny: Why the Future of Computing Is Analog
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Ceze and Burger's programs watch how applications work and then build neural network models that they run on special neural processing accelerators, called NPUs.
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How Smart Is Advanced Artificial Intelligence? Try Preschool Level - LiveScience.com

How Smart Is Advanced Artificial Intelligence? Try Preschool Level - LiveScience.com | Artificial Intelligence | Scoop.it
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How Smart Is Advanced Artificial Intelligence? Try Preschool Level
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One of the most advanced artificial intelligence systems is about as smart as preschooler, new research suggests.
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