Turing centenary: Is the brain a good model for machine intelligence?

  title={Turing centenary: Is the brain a good model for machine intelligence?},
  author={R. Brooks and Demis Hassabis and Denys Bray and A. Shashua},
  • R. Brooks, Demis Hassabis, +1 author A. Shashua
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology, Medicine, Computer Science
  • Nature
  • Alan Turing looked to the human brain as the prototype for intelligence. If he were alive today, he would surely be working at the intersection of natural and artificial intelligence. Yet to date, artificial intelligence (AI) researchers have mostly ignored the brain as a source of algorithmic ideas. Although in Turing’s time we lacked the means to look inside this biological ‘black box’, we now have a host of tools, from functional magnetic resonance imaging to optogenetics, with which to do… CONTINUE READING
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