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comment What skills are required to build simulations of the human brain?
@SchroedingersCat Spot on. On top of it, to build a truly intelligent machine, it must perceive things in the right sense. So what is right brings into the equation a philosopher
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comment What skills are required to build simulations of the human brain?
@sam I am also thinking about creating a research framework with a mass simulation engine that could resemble a lot of your characteristics. Feel free to ping me or send a mail for further information
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comment Does learning one discipline improve performance in another discipline?
I too feel the same. The recent example being using the concepts learnt from Distributed/Parallel computing to distribute work within colleagues(actually, it must be the other way round to learn things). I also believe learning psychology and economics would make people more rational. But is is my belief and I just can't generalize it. Also, learning more than one discipline takes real good time and unless it is proved that the benefits are bigger than the time lost, it isn't to be adopted at large. Thanks for the positive reply
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