How Scientists Predicted Possibility Of Building Artificial Brain

Why Scientists Predicted Building Artificial Brain

Building Artificial Brain
How Scientists Predicted Possibility Of Building Artificial Brain

The research and development in regard to the artificial intelligence program have been facing lots of questions with regards to the limit the future technology would go and its impact on humans in general.

Based on recent news released by NPR publications, medical doctors were said to have hope for the future of artificial intelligence for the treatment of Hard-to-find Tumors in the human intestine.

According to the publisher, the prediction can be made possible through the use of a computer.

The medical experts believe that future artificial intelligence could help in saving human lives due to their ability to do the incredible and access internal human parts directly to obtain all the needed records, make an injection of medicine, reposition badly positioned human parts, and reduce pain usually encountered during treatment.

Such technology is believed to be more precious and accurate than current or traditional methods.

Meanwhile, in the heat of the argument; the IPC online has released a tweet to cover the various aspects of artificial intelligence which include:

  • Virtual Personal Assistants
  • Deep Q &A systems
  • Image Analytics
  • Audio/speech Analytics
  • Natural language Generation
  • Soft robotics
  • Knowledge representation
  • Graph Analysis
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Deep learning
  • Machine learning
  • Sensors/internet of things
  • Visualization
  • Robotics
  • Recommender systems
  • Natural language processing
  • Simulation Modeling

According to the tweet, Artificial intelligence is a multi-dimensional subject area in which the above-listed aspects are fully involved.

According to Mathew Hutson’s tweet on 24th May, he said: “For common sense, artificial intelligence must learn like a child”. Meanwhile, said in their publication that machine learning algorithms may need programmed instincts to gain common sense.

There had been so many discussions and arguments regarding AI and areas it could cover in the future and the above highlights point to some of the answers.

Another AI research institute said, “Let’s hope we can keep this technology contained and serving us instead of devaluing, even more, the veracity of the information we encounter through the media and in our daily lives.” Is it ethical for A.I. to have a human voice?”

Meanwhile, a well know AI research and development body called the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence has released the most puzzling question regarding the extent the AI could go.

On their social media page, the question reads “CAN WE BUILD A BRAIN?” the question featured a human brain with an artificial brain made with an electronic panel.

If the question can give a positive answer how would such a brain operate without any written program?

Does it mean future AI or AGI will then become autonomous in their behaviors and actions?

Will computer and written programs not have anything to do with AI brains?

Or will they become an in-built system of the brain?

All these questions and more still need answers in regard to such a move.

Check out the @novapbs #NOVAWonders program “Can We Build a Brain?” about the latest advancements in #AI, featuring work by #AI2 #ComputerVision researchers including Ali Farhadi! ? Airs Wed 5/16 at 9PM on most PBS stations, check your local listings.

— Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) (@allenai_org) May 15, 2018

Philip Nduka

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