X-Message-Number: 25982
Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2005 15:31:42 EDT
Subject: Re: CryoNet #25967

From T. Donaldson:

> Fundamentally, because neurons work independently, putting
> more than one on one processor fails, and probably would do
> so quickly. It's simply not valid to believe that ANY parallel
> computer can be squeezed into a smaller number of processors
> than the number it uses.

It is sad that you don't accept the reallity. There are FPGA based neural 

networks with more than one thousand neurons on a single chip. And these systems
don't use time sharing. You too much fixed on the "technological elements" of 
biochemistry and biology. An electronics brain will be not a copy molecule by 
molecule of a biological system. Birds and planes are differents, there will 
be too some differences.

If you think the solution is some form of artificial life and if you 

understand the meaning of that, then you can produce a technology based on it. 
then not create a lab to demonstrate that ?

My objective is to do that with my ideas, it would be interesting if you 
could do the same.

Yvan Bozzonetti.

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