Cognitive Computation

, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp 4–12

From Neuroelectrodynamics to Thinking Machines

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DOI: 10.1007/s12559-011-9106-3

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Aur, D. Cogn Comput (2012) 4: 4. doi:10.1007/s12559-011-9106-3

Abstract

Natural systems can provide excellent solutions to build artificial intelligent systems. The brain represents the best model of computation that leads to general intelligent action. However, current mainstream models reflect a weak understanding of computations performed in the brain that is translated in a failure of building powerful thinking machines. Specifically, temporal reductionist neural models elude the complexity of information processing since spike timing models reinforce the idea of neurons that compress temporal information and that computation can be reduced to a communication of information between neurons. The active brain dynamics and neuronal data analyses reveal multiple computational levels where information is intracellularly processed in neurons. New experimental findings and theoretical approach of neuroelectrodynamics challenge current models as they now stand and advocate for a change in paradigm for bio-inspired computing machines.

Keywords

Artificial general intelligenceBrain computationsMachine learningNeuroelectrodynamicsNeural correlates of consciousness

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