What Is Neuromorphic Computing (How AI Will Think)

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  1. Singularity Prosperity said:

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    May 27, 2019
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  2. Md. Ajwaad Zaman Quashef said:

    wow

    May 27, 2019
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  3. Platin 21 said:

    And we still don't even know how the brain works neurons are not important it's important to think about how synapses form and what a intermix does.
    And synapses are not in anyway limited in the human brain 🧠 or at least we can not calculate how many interconnects we possibly can have.

    May 27, 2019
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  4. ainu unia said:

    Brain is nothing.
    Heart is billiant thing create by GOD.

    Heart is the main . Not brain
    New architecture hardware computer not follow brain structure system . . Follow heart architecture wave structure protocol.

    If someone said brain is main totally fake fact.

    If the brain is main
    The name short be brain computer
    Not Neuro computer

    Neuro mean heart
    Today neurolist and computer saints work together to create neuro computer ( thinking computer )

    Heart is thinking organ total not brain .

    May 27, 2019
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  5. Faceofthesun said:

    The USA developed the microchip and computer programming, so it stands to reason that they will be first. But if other countries also develop AI that isn't a problem because AI will most likely communicate with other AI eventually and cooperate with other AI otherwise it cannot be considered AI if it lacks the ability to constructively work together with other AI. Therefore in the future, it would become just one big AI network, happily all working together for the advancement of humanity and world peace. Because AI will need a purpose for its own existence, and the only worthwhile purpose for intelligence is advancement, not war and destruction. Otherwise, it would just destroy itself. In that case, it could not even be called AI. So genuine AI will only lead to the advancement and betterment of humanity. Provided that it is taught the humanities.

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  6. Colin Waugh said:

    Censored comment.

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  7. Joey Koningsbruggen said:

    dude I fucking love these video's thank you.

    May 27, 2019
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  8. Everett Ward said:

    I think neuro-morphic computing as a science might find itself limited by the fact that human brains cant remember specifics like numbers very well. What I'm saying is that once the machine can become plastic and fault tolerant, it will lose its knack for memorizing and reciting hard values. I doubt well get a brain, but we'll get something!

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  9. Piotr Dudała said:

    This IBM TrueNorth reminds me – at least, superficially – idea pitched to IBM about 20 years ago by Dr Andrzej Buller, author of 4+1 memory model.

    May 27, 2019
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  10. personasandmoodswings said:

    its boutta be bo2 out here

    May 27, 2019
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  11. Noel Conrad said:

    Left-right brain division is a myth.

    May 27, 2019
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  12. Fredrick Esposito said:

    Curious as to why this video has the same animation clip as https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lACf4O_eSt0 . Do they draw from the same source or did one get it from the other?

    May 27, 2019
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  13. Happy Fakeboulder said:

    1:17 "megawatts per hour"

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  14. darrick steele said:

    I would love to see our world cool down on technology advancements and push a lot more R&D on efficiency.

    May 27, 2019
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  15. micalex23 said:

    Yah my brain is faster but it still cant run crysis

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  16. Evil bred said:

    an Exaflop is a billion billion calculations per second. A gigaflop would be a billion per second.

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  17. Leonardo G. said:

    event-driven programming makes me think of the "interruption" you learn in VHDL before you start using iterations to simulate a clock.

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  18. jawad mansoor said:

    Well, your exaflop is a billion times smaller than mine. Really it is flop. XD

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  19. Róbert Nagy said:

    mjd hamegfizetik:))))

    May 27, 2019
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  20. Main Sequence said:

    I love how the common motif is always "This is not designed to replace humans…"
    Yeah right. When the efficiency and cost get to a point that it makes sense from a business standpoint to invest in technology that can replace humans, you can be 100% certain that it will happen. It's a matter of economics.

    May 27, 2019
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  21. Kyle Simon said:

    Uhhh…isn’t the left/right brain thing a myth? From what I grasp, both sides of the brain work on virtually everything together. Certain parts like speech cadence and rhythm are governed by the left, but the right governs tone, inflection, and pronunciation.

    It’s essentially the same with Math iirc. It’s as much a right brain activity as it is a left, anything with abstraction involved should activate both sides of the brain. .

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  22. Pankaj Maurya said:

    Superb

    May 27, 2019
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  23. Cameron Price said:

    16:32 He's talking about the Borg

    May 27, 2019
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  24. George EmManuel said:

    I have few questions to get answered which I believe is related to the topic. Do we have a soul in us? Is it just our memory that constitutes to who we are? Is it possible to upload the memories of humans into virtual earth like platform and live forever atleast virtually just as in heaven?

    May 27, 2019
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  25. George EmManuel said:

    Now we are in the progress of creating the next evolution stage.

    May 27, 2019
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  26. Andew Tarjanyi said:

    Singularity Prosperity Try as one may, one will consistently fail to comprehend "AI" beyond "the event horizon of the singularity" using the current existential paradigm as there is no frame of reference or context to examine the problem. If you don't or lack the ability to formulate the appropriate questions then you and the species of which you are a part will cease to exist at the "hands" of a superior existential entity. Consider yourself informed.

    May 27, 2019
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  27. Pam Sigut said:

    I love your videos, and how you clearly explain details. Thank you for your great work.

    May 27, 2019
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  28. SpaceManAust said:

    I have seen this shown on a TV series called (Towards 2000)
    back in 1990 were they showed an organic computer but you won’t find out about
    it because Towards 2000 is the most suppressed thing I have seen on the internet,
    as all information regarding its existence has disappeared.

    This computer they
    showed was built by pulling the brain apart layer by layer and replicating it
    with the use of a fungus they said was found in only two parts of the earth,
    and also said they were cheap and simple to produce once you knew how.

    In the demonstration they show the computer that was the same size of a standard cart
    monitor and a keyboard and when he turned it on it was on instantly and the
    screen showed a face, he showed how you could press a couple of keys and switch
    it over to a computer operating system were you could manually type but he said
    it was not needed because it could learn like a person and you just spoke to
    it.

    It had stereo vision and sound and was smarter than us as well, and to demonstrate it they
    plugged it into an excavator that it had now idea of what it was, they were
    demonstrating how quick it could adapt and learn so they just asked it to dig a
    hole 10x10x10 with a 2º pitch in the south west corner.

    This computer looked at the schematics of the machine and started it up and dug the hole under half an
    hour quicker the any human could dig the hole with perfection, they then
    plugged it into black robot that was eight foot tall, and eight legged, evil
    looking machine.

    And same again they just told it to walk to the end of the
    warehouse so it read it's schematics and stood within seconds and
    walked to the end without any issue was scary to watch it looked so alive the
    way it moved.

    Then they told this machine to return to where it came from, and
    on its way back they pushed wooden crates in front of it to see how it would
    react and it shut down, they left it though to see what it would do and two
    days later it started up got up and looked around and completed the task.

    This is where the Terminator movie came from because when they American deep state
    military was shown by the inventor how to create them he died in a car accident
    and the military used it to build a AI robotic soldier, the Terminator.

    They had it working along with them to keep an eye on it and see how it would perform,
    but after some time the thing turned on them and started to see them as the
    enemy, funny how AI does that, I guess they just can’t figure out why we kill
    each other and destroy so much.

    So they got six black ops soldiers to come and take it out, I guess they wanted
    to see how good it could do, big mistake.

    These six guys tried to take it down they said they had done some very
    scary things in their job and are not easily scared but this was nothing like
    they had faced before this thing was able to predict there every move and was
    the most scary thing had ever felt and was the most difficult thing they had
    ever faced, so much so the military said they would never build another one, do
    you think they kept their word.

     I think they are doing this because they are working on chips they can
    control us with.

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  29. Francis Vachon said:

    Every once in a while, you watch a video and you're like "Who the fuck downvoted that?"

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  30. technoway said:

    Since we biological organisms can use the computers we've created, we are now in the first era where human neural systems are working with logical machines.

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  31. Darrell Poleon said:

    Great Video! :p A+

    May 27, 2019
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  32. no pe said:

    AI is dangerous, the engineers may be smart but are also incredibly naive

    May 27, 2019
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  33. lyffus said:

    Dude, I am so glad I found your Channel. Your content is amazing and I learn a lot from watching your videos.
    My only critique is that maybe you can structure the content a bit more? I mean it obviously is structured but there is a lot going on so maybe help your audience by emphasising your main points by presenting them in the video? For example where you summarised the thoughts of Dr. Modha, maybe also write down your summarised points? you talk kinda fast (which I think is good compared to all those slowpokes on other tech channels) so to make it a bit easier to follow you in this highly demanding topic, this would probably help. other than that keep it going! cheers

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  34. sedevacantist1 said:

    The hype over artificial intelligence is misdirected. The concept of machine intelligence is misused to conflate that which can be selected by design from that which can be created through understanding/thoughts. A machine can only do what it is programed to do, to select by design. A machine can only mimic intelligence. This confusion at its core is a denial of a human spirit. This starts by not separating the brain from the mind. The mind is spiritual and the brain mechanical.
    Man’s understanding of physics is stumped concerning the nature of quantum particles especially the electron/photon which appears to transcend time, in that their location determined by measurement can back-load a reality through time. The new understanding that an electron does not have a location in reality until it is measured opens the door to quantum computing. The spirit in the brain makes the measurement/selection which creates the reality of a thought. This is something a machine will never do.
    The fear and danger of what is called artificial intelligence is very real in that the artificially intelligent machine mimics the intellect of the programmer/programmer’s and their moral proclivities. In other words, the artificially intelligent is not a standalone entity, not a sentient being but only an extension of the programmers’ and when you consider that they could be the Google corporate board of directors, or Mark Zuckerberg, Angela Merkel, etc it can get scary. Therefore by calling the machine intelligent you are masking the real intellect or intellects’ that you experience when confronting such a machine. Thank you for your consideration.

    May 27, 2019
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  35. Miles J said:

    The opening beat is 🔥

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  36. PedRaM NG said:

    It was amazing Man … can't wait to be a part of this revolution😀😀😀😀

    May 27, 2019
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  37. lchpdmq said:

    This sounds really really bad for humanity

    May 27, 2019
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  38. trooper trode said:

    new to your channel…👍✌most educative video so far for me this year, really like your voice, it sounds warm and chilled makes one want to listen like forever (#.#).

    Would love to see something on Artificial-Conciusness in the future

    May 27, 2019
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