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Brains Brains Brains

It is clearly important to a number of us to keep a sharp mind.    What do I mean by keeping a sharp mind? 1) Prevention of disease like Alzheimers 2) Better memory 3) Clear fast thinking There are numerous things that you can take to support your brains functions.    Telling if any supplement is… Continue reading Brains Brains Brains

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Artificial Intelligence, The Brain as Quantum Computer – Talk about Disruptive

Originally posted on CloudRamblings:
The AI side of the equation I started my career studying Artificial Intelligence at MIT.  Back then the researchers thought that we would have computers that were smarter than humans in short order.  What I discovered after observing what the AI people had done was hardly anything close to “intelligence.”  …

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Vitamins and Supplements – Part 2

Immune System It’s critical to keep a strong immune system.  The supplements I think help a lot with giving you a strong immune system: Pycnogenol D3 Ginseng Brain These things have made some difference in clarity and memory Ginko Biloba – memory Omega3 – blood flow / other B12 – blood flow ALA – mitochondrial… Continue reading Vitamins and Supplements – Part 2

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The human brain is undoubtedly a billion quantum computers

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1571064513001188 Roger Penrose more than 10 years ago said this was how it worked.  I have spoken/thought about this before I knew Penrose thought of it but Penrose obviously put the meat to the bone. It’s been obvious to me for some time that the brain is a quantum computer.  For me the reasons are… Continue reading The human brain is undoubtedly a billion quantum computers

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How to start the problem of AI

A minimal AI system: It must be of a certain size to percieve a domain of a certain size:  a 40 bit system can’t understand a billion bits.  There must be some information limit to the size of brain capacity to understand something of a certain complexity. There must be robust set of inputs that… Continue reading How to start the problem of AI

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The problem of Artificial Intelligence is much harder than people realize

http://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/this-is-your-brain-on-silicon/http://www.artbrain.org/perception-selection-and-the-brain/ This article below is in response to the above articles. Recently there has been a lot of excitement about AI.   I believe this is the same mistake that was made in early AI research.   The early pioneers in the field mistook simple programming algorithms that made a computer look smart for real… Continue reading The problem of Artificial Intelligence is much harder than people realize

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The Brain and our state of understanding NOT

http://www.technologyreview.com/featuredstory/528131/cracking-the-brains-codes/ Here is an article telling us the state of the art of understanding the brain.  Some people are waiting for the singularity which is the point at which the brain can be read out and stored in a digital form so that we can store and replicate individual human minds.   From this paper… Continue reading The Brain and our state of understanding NOT