What is AI and will it take over the world?

How close are we to creating human-like robots or bionic body parts? Find out in this fascinating interview with Geoff Goodhill—an expert in computational neuroscience ⎮ 20 min listen

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Jul 15, 2019
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We have about 100 billion neurons in the brain, which contains a lot of information and processing power for a computer to try to emulate. So, how does AI work? Just how close are we to creating human-like computers, or even bionic body parts? A Grey Matter speaks to Geoff Goodhill, a Professor from the School of Maths and Physics at the University of Queensland, and the Queensland Brain Institute. He is an expert in computational neuroscience who is trying to understand the neural code and how information is represented in the human brain. Listen as he discusses how insights from neuroscience are leading to innovations in artificial intelligence in this episode of A Grey Matter by following this link.  

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A Grey Matter

Podcast Series , The Queensland Brain Institute

A Grey Matter is for anyone who has ever wondered how we think, feel, reason and move. The Queensland Brain Institute's neuroscience podcast unlocks the wonders of the brain – the complex and mysterious core of who we are. QBI, at The University of Queensland, works to understand the development, organisation and function of the brain.

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