Mouse brain simulated on computer

Mouse brain simulated on computer

From the article:Also:Right now, it takes a supercomputer with 4,096 processors to simulate the mouse brain. And there is still a lot of work to do: "For future tests the team aims to speed up the simulation, make it more neurobiologically faithful, add structures seen in real mouse brains and make the responses of neurons and synapses more detailed." However, look 20 years down the road. In 20 years, a processor like that will cost $200. There will be open source versions of simulated human brain systems. Thousands of people will have been working for years in an open source community to improve the performance and realism. And, somewhere between 2025 and 2035, that simulated brain will start talking to us.

See Robotic Nation for details.

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Wow. The Butlerian Jihad isn't far off...
I, for one, welcome our robo-mouse overlords.
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