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reddit.com/r/singularity | 2021-04-09
As long as we cannot even simulate C. Elegans, which has only 302 neurons, I will not hold my breath. It has been tried for many years. 302 neurons! The human brain has about 100 billion neurons...
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reddit.com/r/AskScienceDiscussion | 2021-04-08
It took decades of very hard work and various clever tricks to (sort of) "upload" the first mind into the computer. And that was for an organism with 302 neurons!
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reddit.com/r/singularity | 2021-04-02
You don't have to be a genius to realize that AGI is far, far away. Deep neural networks won't cut it. There are no full-autonomous cars, there are no intelligent robots. We can't even simulate C. Elegans, although it has been tried for years. If we cannot simulate that little fucker, how are we supposed to built something equal to the human brain?
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This is an attempt to model the behavior of a 1mm worm with 302 neurons. The idea that we are going to jump from failing at this to succeeding at something comparable to human intelligence is pretty far fetched.