Neu­ro­mor­phic AI

TagLast edit: 26 Sep 2020 0:44 UTC by Swimmer963

A neuromorphic AI (‘neuron-shaped’) is a form of AI where most of the functionality has been copied from the human brain. This implies that its inner workings are not necessarily understood by the creators any further than is necessary to simulate them on a computer. It is considered an unsafe form of AI, because its goals are unknown.

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Book re­view: “A Thou­sand Brains” by Jeff Hawkins

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Jeff Hawk­ins on neu­ro­mor­phic AGI within 20 years

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Hu­man in­stincts, sym­bol ground­ing, and the blank-slate neocortex

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FAI and the In­for­ma­tion The­ory of Pleasure

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What’s Your Cog­ni­tive Al­gorithm?

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