MIT, TU Wien & IST Austria Brain-Based AI Self-Drives With Just a Few Neurons | Synced

MIT, TU Wien & IST Austria Brain-Based AI Self-Drives With Just a Few Neurons | Synced

An international research team is suggesting AI might become even more efficient and reliable if it learns to think more like worms.

4 mentions: @nordicinst@Synced_Global
Date: 2020/10/16 20:47

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@Synced_Global Researchers propose an AI system that mimics biological models. The system was developed based on the brains of tiny animals such as threadworms and is able to control a vehicle using just a small number of artificial neurons. #DeepLearning #selfdriving t.co/Ae09BCf16l

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