On Intelligence

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On Intelligence

Can we create an artificial intelligence that truly mimics the brain's function? According to the author, no.

Here's the publisher's description of the book:

The developer of the PalmPilot and creator of the Redwood Neuroscience Institute examines the real future of artificial intelligence, explaining why the way we build computers today won't result in intelligent machines. He shows, using accessible examples, that the brain's neocortex is a memory-driven system that uses our senses and our perception of time, space, and consciousness to construct a predictive model of the world in a way that's totally unlike even the most complex computer software.


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