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While the comparison between the computer and the human brain is one that has been made for over half a century, the way each one processes information could not be more different. Now, IBM researchers have designed a revolutionary chip that, for the first time, actually mimics the functioning of a human brain.

Are we finally on the verge of true artificial intelligence?
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is this a repost?

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I must have read it some where else. like 8 hrs ago. Wow we were late on this one

No it is a repost i remember skynet jokes
Edited by cayennemist - 8/18/11 at 5:45pm
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If it can't pass the Turing test then it doesnt even come close.
    
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is this a repost?

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No it is a repost i remember skynet jokes
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If it can't pass the Turing test then it doesnt even come close.
I'd love to see how this chip, once developed, does on the Turing test.
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