More than 190 neuroscience researchers have condemned the project as a waste of money.
The 10-year endeavor, which has been running for nine months, aims to reproduce the functionality of the human brain using an array of supercomputers to learn more about how our minds work and to aid in the development and testing of drug treatments.
If you didn't see it with your own eyes, or hear it with your own ears, don't invent it with your small mind and share it with your big mouth!
Posted 07 July 2014 - 07:43 PM
How the mind works?
Would this supercomputer be basing this on a select few, because the mind can be altered by so many different things, be it - drugs, alcohol, memories, experiences, influences, money, families, films, friends, religion, etc etc etc etc etc.
In an ideal World a law would be passed were NO guns were allowed and all those out there destroyed, trouble is the law makers are not going to take a risk of trying to pass that without making sure they are armed first.
The worlds first super computer built by the leading nations at a cost of billions
said to be more intelligent than a thousand human brains.
On completion the scientists put their names in a lottery to pick the one who would
ask the first question.
A Japanese scientist won the lottery and typed in his first question.."Is there a God?"
The computer burst into life,and after a pause of a few seconds a message appeared
on the screen.