Origin of Artificial Neural Networks
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Hanson’s main assumption in this presentation is that true “Artificial Intelligence” won’t be artificial at all: It will come from improvements in full-brain scanning technology combined with improvements in computer technology that will lead to a very detailed model of a scanned individual’s brain to not only be stored in digital form, but used as the model for a computer simulation of the processes of that particular individual’s brain.* The money comes in because such simulated brains can be put to economically valuable tasks that, at some point in the curve of increasing cost performance of computation, really can replace the mutilated beings we call “humans” that have become “parts” of “something larger than themselves”. Such “parts” can be replaced by cheaper parts.
From that plausible technical assumption, very mundane economic arguments point down a path that Hanson then ruthlessly, if breathlessly, explores.
*Such a neurophysiological simulation has nothing to do with the history of
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