I’ll host a second event in the series of “I can be wrong, but” same time as last week, so Sunday October 16th @ 1:00pm SLT (10:00pm CET). Topic for this week:
COGNITIVE COMPUTING: A while ago IBM has produced a microprocessor that mimics the behavior of synapses in our brains by being able to rewrite it’s own connections as information enters it, which is the first step to create a machine truly capable of learning. What possible problems are we going to face before being able to produce an animal-level brain, and what can we learn about our own biological brains by trying to engineer a silicon alternative?
Location: Sunkiller Citadel