Brains and Computers: Amino Acids versus Transistors Tuck Newport

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Brains and Computers: Amino Acids versus Transistors  by  Tuck Newport

Brains and Computers: Amino Acids versus Transistors by Tuck Newport
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The once startling assertion that artificial intelligence will surpass and possibly replace human intelligence has become a cliché. But writers who predict or lament this outcome by extrapolating technological advances into the future consistentlyMoreThe once startling assertion that artificial intelligence will surpass and possibly replace human intelligence has become a cliché. But writers who predict or lament this outcome by extrapolating technological advances into the future consistently neglect to run the numbers for a side-by-side comparison of digital with biological intelligence.

Brains and Computers guides readers step-by-step through the digital components and processes that constitute the World Wide Web and then through the biological components and processes that constitute the human brain.

See for yourself what differentiates brains from computers and ponder what that implies for both artificial and human intelligence. Brains and Computers, despite referencing some very large numbers, requires neither mathematical nor scientific expertise and can be read in half an hour.



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