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#ActualTournicoti

Posted 26 January 2014 - 01:43 PM

I'm afraid this topic is a complete nonsense.

Computers are finite-state machines, human brain is not.

Comparing them makes no sense ... sad.png

 

And it will probably end in a sterile flame war in which I don't want to participate biggrin.png

 

The power of the (human) brain is that it can optimize the decisions, like a muscle can be stronger.

The power of a computer is that it can compute faster and without the factor "error".

 

"In some mounths" .... serioulsy ? Simulating a neural population that represents a single neo-cortical column needs a super-computer ... blink.png

 

They are so different machines !


#6Tournicoti

Posted 26 January 2014 - 01:42 PM

I'm afraid this topic is a complete nonsense.

Computers are finite-state machines, human brain is not.

Comparing them makes no sense ... sad.png

 

And it will probably end in a sterile flame war in which I don't want to participate biggrin.png

 

The power of the (human) brain is that it can optimize the decisions, like a muscle can be stronger.

The power of a computer is that it can compute faster and without the factor "error".

 

"In some mounths" .... serioulsy ? Simulating a neural population that represents a neo-cortical column needs a super-computer ... blink.png

 

They are so different machines !


#5Tournicoti

Posted 26 January 2014 - 01:26 PM

I'm afraid this topic is a complete nonsense.

Computers are finite-state machines, human brain is not.

Comparing them makes no sense ... sad.png

 

And it will probably end in a flame war in which I don't want to participate biggrin.png

 

The power of the (human) brain is that it can optimize the decisions, like a muscle can be stronger.

The power of a computer is that it can compute faster and without the factor "error".

 

"In some mounths" .... serioulsy ? Simulating a neural population that represents a neo-cortical column needs a super-computer ... blink.png

 

They are so different machines !


#4Tournicoti

Posted 26 January 2014 - 01:25 PM

I'm afraid this topic is a complete nonsense.

Computers are finite-state machines, human brain is not.

Comparing them makes no sense ... sad.png

 

And it will probably end in a flame war in which I don't want to participate biggrin.png

 

The power of the (human) brain is that it can optimize the decisions, like a muscle can be stronger.

The power of a computer is that it can compute faster and without the factor "error".

 

"In some mounths" .... serioulsy ? Simulating a neural population that represents a neo-cortical colum needs a super-computer ... blink.png

 

They are so different machines !


#3Tournicoti

Posted 26 January 2014 - 01:22 PM

I'm afraid this topic is a complete nonsense.

Computers are finite-state machines, human brain is not.

Comparing them makes no sense ... sad.png

 

And it will probably end in a flame war in which I don't want to participate biggrin.png

 

The power of the (human) brain is that it can optimize the decisions, like a muscle can be stronger.

The power of a computer is that it can compute faster and without the factor "error".

 

They are so different machines !


#2Tournicoti

Posted 26 January 2014 - 01:10 PM

I'm afraid this topic is a complete nonsense.

Computers are finite-state machines, human brain is not.

Comparing them makes no sense ... sad.png

 

And it will probably end in a flame war in which I don't want to participate biggrin.png


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