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News and Announcements The Human Brain Project to move to the Campus Biotech in Geneva Grâce The research grounds involved in the Human Brain Project and the Blue Brain Project, as well as most scientists from the Center for Neuroprosthetics, will join the new "Campus Biotech" facilities in Geneva, while remaining full part of EPFL.

EPFL | Bluebrain

EPFL | Bluebrain
Russian brains behind closest ever AI attempt
narswang What makes NARS different from conventional reasoning systems is its ability to learn from its experience and to work with insufficient knowledge and resources. NARS attempts to uniformly explain and reproduce many cognitive facilities, including reasoning, learning, planning, reacting, perceiving, categorizing, prioritizing, remembering, decision making, and so on. The research results include a theory of intelligence, a formal model of the theory, and a computer implementation of the model. The ultimate goal of this research is to fully understand the mind, as well as to build thinking machines. narswang
Artificial brains are man-made machines that are just as intelligent, creative, and self-aware as humans. No such machine has yet been built, but it is only a matter of time. This website tracks the latest scientific and technological progress. » read more… Neuromorphic hardware DARPA SyNAPSE Program SyNAPSE is a DARPA-funded program to develop neuromorphic microprocessor systems that match the intelligence, physical size, and low power consumption of animal brains.

Artificial Brains - The quest to build sentient machines

Artificial Brains - The quest to build sentient machines
The numbers may not sound too impressive, but this is an important breakthrough in simulation technology and has wide-reaching implications. Using the K supercomputer, the fourth most powerful in world, scientists in Japan replicated a network of 1.73 billion nerve cells and 10.4 trillion synapses. It took the K computer, with over 700,000 processor cores and 1.4 million GB of RAM, 40 minutes to model the data. How powerful is a mind? Supercomputer takes 40 minutes to map 1 second of brain activity - Gadgets & Tech - Life & Style How powerful is a mind? Supercomputer takes 40 minutes to map 1 second of brain activity - Gadgets & Tech - Life & Style
Spaun, the new human brain simulator, can carry out tasks (w/ video) Spaun, the new human brain simulator, can carry out tasks (w/ video) (—One of the challenges of understanding the complex behavior of animals is to relate the behavior to the complex processes occurring within the brain. So far, neural models have not been able to bridge this gap, but a new software model, Spaun, goes some way to addressing this problem. The Semantic Pointer Architecture Unified Network (Spaun) is a computer model of the human brain built by Professor Chris Eliasmith and colleagues of the University of Waterloo in Canada.
BRAIN POWER: From Neurons to Networks
The detection of intermediate-level emergent structures and patterns
Founded in 1962, The Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (SAIL) has been a center of excellence for Artificial Intelligence research, teaching, theory, and practice for over fifty years. SAIL has pioneered or advanced a number of breakthrough technologies including timesharing, expert systems, computer music, public key cryptography, autonomous driving, and massively open online education. Alumni have gone on to play leadership roles in industry, government, and education, and have won 16 ACM Turing Awards. While current SAIL activities span a broad range of specialties, many of these efforts share the common objective of helping people interpret and use the growing abundance of data available in electronic form. As our communication, commerce, education, entertainment, and social life continue to migrate into the digital domain, SAIL seeks to facilitate insight and action through Artificial Intelligence. Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Watson Is Now Commercially Available, Set To Help Doctors Treat Cancer Watson Is Now Commercially Available, Set To Help Doctors Treat Cancer [Source: ibmbusinessanalytics via YouTube] IBM’s most promising medical student just graduated and is ready to join the workforce and help people – in the fight against cancer, to be specific. IBM has just released a commercially available Watson whose cognitive computing could help doctors make better diagnoses and smarter treatment choices. IBM has partnered with WellPoint, Inc. and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center to train Watson in oncology and utilization management. A team of clinicians and technicians spent thousands of hours “teaching” Watson how to process, analyze, and interpret complex clinical information through natural language processing. The hope is that Watson can help raise the quality of healthcare and make it more efficient.
Inside the Mind of Watson: Cognitive Computing Inside the Mind of Watson: Cognitive Computing 410 views Presentation given by Chris Welty (IBM Research) at Knoesis. We get the permission to upload this presentation from Chris Welty. Event details are at: and the associate ...
Artificial Intelligence : Science World Report
A new era of cognitive computing IBM says it is possible to build a new computing architecture that is more human-like and biologically inspired than traditional systems. After a year of “medical school”, IBM’s intelligent supercomputer, Watson, has produced its first commercially available applications for doctors and health insurance companies. Now that Watson is proving itself in the medical field, the door is being flung open for other industries and a new era of cognitive computing. A new era of cognitive computing
University CS 221 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence University CS 221 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence What is this course about? What do web search, speech recognition, face recognition, machine translation, autonomous driving, and automatic scheduling have in common? These are all complex real-world problems, and the goal of Artificial intelligence (AI) is to tackle these with rigorous mathematical tools. In this course, you will learn the foundational principles that drive these applications and practice implementing some of these systems. Specific topics include machine learning, search, game playing, Markov decision processes, constraint satisfaction, graphical models, and logic.
IIIA - CSIC - Web Page | IIIA
OpenAi - - Creating the standard for Artificial Intelligence
Open Cog

(ISNS) -- A single equation grounded in basic physics principles could describe intelligence and stimulate new insights in fields as diverse as finance and robotics, according to new research. Alexander Wissner-Gross, a physicist at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Cameron Freer, a mathematician at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, developed an equation that they say describes many intelligent or cognitive behaviors, such as upright walking and tool use. The researchers suggest that intelligent behavior stems from the impulse to seize control of future events in the environment. This is the exact opposite of the classic science-fiction scenario in which computers or robots become intelligent, then set their sights on taking over the world. Physicist Proposes New Way To Think About Intelligence
The emergence of complex behaviors through causal entropic forces ( —An ambitious new paper published in Physical Review Letters seeks to describe intelligence as a fundamentally thermodynamic process. The authors made an appeal to entropy to inspire a new formalism that has shown remarkable predictive power. To illustrate their principles they developed software called Entropica, which when applied to a broad class of rudimentary examples, efficiently leads to unexpectedly complex behaviors.
Between Ape and Artilect A compendium of interviews and dialogues originally appearing in H+ Magazine, Between Ape and Artilect has been released as a good old fashioned paper book (or ebook) by Humanity+ Press, available for purchase via – or available as a free PDF here. The book is edited by noted AI researcher and long-time Humanity+ Board member Ben Goertzel. During 2010-12, Dr. Goertzel conducted a series of textual interviews with researchers in various areas of cutting-edge science — artificial general intelligence, nanotechnology, life extension, neurotechnology, collective intelligence, mind uploading, body modification, neuro-spiritual transformation, and more. These interviews were published online in H+ Magazine, and are here gathered together in a single volume.
Artificial Intelligence authors/titles recent submissions
Google and NASA Launch Quantum Computing AI Lab
DARPA Looks To New Form Of Computation That Mimics The Human Brain
Artificial Intelligence Center @ SRI
RoboEarth [Artificial Intelligence]
SpirOps AI - Scientific Research Lab in Artificial Intelligence
The AI Sandbox™
Rethinking artificial intelligence
I² Home page
Computerized brain made of GPUs could be the future of artificial intelligence
Ray Kurzweil Plans to Create a Mind at Google—and Have It Serve You
Ray Kurzweil’s How to Create a Mind to be published Nov. 13
How to Create a Mind
How to Create a Mind - Homepage
▶ How To Create A Mind: Ray Kurzweil at TEDxSiliconAlley
Mind uploading
Computer learns language by playing games
ConceptNet | Common Sense Computing Initiative
Mind Children: The Future of Robot and Human Intelligence - Hans Moravec - Google Books
Open Mind
Open Mind Common Sense
Progress in artificial intelligence
Ethical Issues In Advanced Artificial Intelligence
Computational humor
I.B.M. Announces Brainy Computer Chip
Artificial Superintelligence: A Futuristic Approach
Facebook Building Major Artificial Intelligence System To Understand Who We Are
Chemical computer that mimics neurons to be created
AI Horizon: Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Programming Resources
Category:Artificial intelligence publications
Category:Artificial intelligence researchers
List of artificial intelligence projects
GPAI Project - GPAI
Computer Vision
Google's Ray Kurzweil revs up search focus with AI vision
Mechanisation of Thought Processes: Artificial Intelligence in the 21st Century
Vision par ordinateur
Scientists See Advances in Deep Learning, a Part of Artificial Intelligence