A mind emulator is defined as a brain emulator of sufficient detail and real-time processing that it is able to reproduce the phenomenological effects of a mind.
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A meme is basically an idea or concept that self-propagates. Like a virus, it spreads from host mind to host mind, mutating, changing, and passing from mind to mind via gossip and communication transference. In a way almost paralleling Darwinian selection the most successful ideas spread like a viral plague across populations, till almost everyone knows of them.
The Emotion Machine: Commonsense Thinking, Artificial Intelligence, and the Future of the Human Mind
This book strays from the pack of works on AI, in launching the supposition that the mind is not a basically rational process distorted by emotion, or made more exciting by emotion, and instead embraces emotional states as just a different way to think, an expression of the mind no less valid than rational thought.
Visual Psychology in game design, tricking the player's mind.
A reconciliation of two conflicting visions of what a person is--one embedded in our humanistic traditions, the other advanced by mind science--from one of the most influential philosophers of our time.
Debuted at CES 2009, mind flex is a Mattel thought controlled child's toy. Brainwaves are read to spin a fan faster or slower, to allow a ping-pong ball to navigate an obstacle course.
Adapted from a lecture given by Marshall Brain at the 2nd Annual Workshop on Geoethical Nanotechnology, this resource looks at the concept of mind uploading - transferring a conscious mind into a computer - and tries to use common metaphors to explain the subject to the layperson.
How do you even begin to tell where a mind begins or ends inside a purpose built network such as a brain? If that seems hard, try determining where a mind that is loose on the net, begins and ends.
ED-209 is the classic example of the programmed mind problem. When you program a mind how to think and what to think, as opposed to letting it evolve its own reactions with guidance and teaching, you create a rigid and inflexible will which simply cannot understand input outside its programmed range.
This article attempts to delve into greater depth on one of the more fascinating and likely to happen aspects of the film "The Thirteenth Floor" - the ability to upload your mind into a virtual environment indefinitely.
Carbon nanotubes are perhaps not the first thing that spring to mind when you think of neuroprosthetics. Rather, electrode arrays spring into the mind's eye. Yet, nanotube scaffolds are definitely advancing, as brain interfaces in their own right, both to repair brain function, and to augment it.
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Software that can be used to play almost any computer game in history is to be developed as part of a European attempt to preserve digital cultural heritage.
The European Union has funded a ?4.02 million (?3.6m, $5.2m) projec...
The field of artificial-intelligence research (AI), founded more than 50 years ago, seems to many researchers to have spent much of that time wandering in the wilderness, swapping hugely ambitious goals for a relatively modest set of actual...
Psychologists at the University of California, Santa Barbara have found evidence for the value of mind-wandering.
The researchers presented 145 undergraduate students with two “unusual uses” tasks that gave them two minutes t...
A Rice University-led team of physicists at seven U.S. universities has won $5 million from the Department of Defense to build a simulator capable of tackling high-temperature superconductivity, one of the most vexing mysteries of modern ph...
Researchers at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research program, or Pear, have been attempting to measure the effect of human consciousness on machines since 1979.
Using random event generating computers, they have partic...