The brain of a new machine

@article{Versace2010TheBO,
  title={The brain of a new machine},
  author={M. Versace and B. Chandler},
  journal={IEEE Spectrum},
  year={2010},
  volume={47}
}
MoNETA (Modular Neural Exploring Traveling Agent) is the software we're designing at Boston University's department of cognitive and neural systems, which will run on a braininspired microprocessor under development at HP Labs in California. It will function according to the principles that distinguish us mammals most profoundly from our fast but witless machines.MoNETA is a technology that will lead to a true artificial intelligence. 
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