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+ - DARPA funding memristor based AI->

Submitted by ma11achy
ma11achy (150206) writes "DARPA funding memristor based approach to building a machine that learns, reasons, and even emotes its way to solving problems, the way people do.

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"So why should you believe us when we say we finally have the technology that will lead to a true artificial intelligence? Because of MoNETA, the brain on a chip. MoNETA (Modular Neural Exploring Traveling Agent) is the software we're designing at Boston University's department of cognitive and neural systems, which will run on a brain-inspired microprocessor under development at HP Labs in California. It will function according to the principles that distinguish us mammals most profoundly from our fast but witless machines.""

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