CAM-Brain: A New Model for ATR's Cellular Automata Based Artificial Brain Project

@inproceedings{Gers1996CAMBrainAN,
  title={CAM-Brain: A New Model for ATR's Cellular Automata Based Artificial Brain Project},
  author={Felix A. Gers and Hugo de Garis},
  booktitle={ICES},
  year={1996}
}
This paper introduces a new model for ATR's CAM-Brain Project, which is far more efficient and simpler than the older model. The CAM-Brain Project aims at building a billion neuron artificial brain using “evolutionary engineering” technologies. Our neural structures are based on Cellular Automata (CA) and grow/evolve in special hardware such as MIT's “CAM-8” machine. With the CAM-8 and the new CAM-Brain model, it is possible to grow a neural structure with several million neurons in a 128 M… CONTINUE READING

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