‘We’re at the start of a revolution’: Could lab brains eventually take over AI?

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As generative artificial intelligence (AI) research rapidly spreads, a handful of scientists around the World are already working on the next big thing: a field that imagines computers with real brains, known as biocomputing. Current AI models use networks of a couple of hundred million neurons, with extremely simplified neurons, and they require a significant amount of energy. A human brain meanwhile uses much less power to create connections between nearly 90 billion neurons. Should current artificial intelligence companies wish to replicate the number of connections in human brains, they’d …

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