could emerge within the next twenty years.
Question: But couldn't such a generic brain serve as a tabula rasa, on which a specific personality could be mapped?
Question: Given the staggering complexity of the human brain, wouldn't simulating a fruit fly's brain first make more sense?
Question: How fine-grained and accurate would a human brain simulation need to be in order to simulate consciousness? What would be the computing requirements?
Question: What is the carboncopies foundation?
Question: How big is carboncopies? How many members does it have?
Question: Is the field of brain science expanding exponentially?
Question: And what is neuroinformatics?
Question: What is your response to AI skeptics that claim that brain processes cannot be emulated by a digital machine?
Question: Is the optimal way to AGI to emulate a human brain, or to adopt a different approach, along the lines of Itamar Arel and Ben Goertzel?
Question: How fine-grained a simulation will be necessary to create a truly sentient machine?
Question: Do you think that an x-prize for a high-level simulation of a human brain could be effective in spurring AGI development?
Question: Has there been a writer who has particularly influenced your views on brain emulation?
Question: You also work for Halcyon molecular. How is that work going?
Question: How important is low-cost DNA sequencing to brain emulation?
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