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Let’s be bold — what about a $10bn cryonics prize to a team that freezes a mouse brain, keeps it under a cryogenic temperature (below −180°C) for 24 hours, and then brings back the mouse to life?
Artificial neural networks are a kind of cognitive memory. They are memory, because they save information in terms of weight distributions, but they also work as processors, recognizing patterns and learning.
You probably don’t imagine a life without buildings. However, buildings for living may become as obsolete as horses for transportation. They have many shortcomings: