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For questions about algorithms/methods used in AI/ML which is inspired by human behavior/brain.

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Measuring and Classifying human intelligence?

I have a dataset of millions of chat messages from different discussions. Some of the messages are written by people who lack understanding or relevant language skills. These messages almost always ...
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Is there any paper, article or book that analyzes the feasibility of acheiving AGI through brain-simulation?

In my understanding, the mind arises from a physical system, the brain. I see that there is a big research under the topic of simulating physical systems efficiently (especially in quantum computing). ...
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Could curiosity improve artificial intelligence?

While thinking about AI, this question came into my mind. Could curiosity help in developing a true AI? According to this website (for testing creativity): Curiosity in this context refers to ...
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How does one characterize a neural network with threshold-based activation functions?

In an attempt at designing a neural network more closely modeled by the human brain, I wrote code before doing the reading. The neuron I have modeled operates on the following method. Parameters: ...
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What is chaotic behavior and how it is achieved in non-linear regression and artificial networks?

I'm finding it hard to understand the relationship between chaotic behavior, the human brain, and artificial networks. There are a number of explanations on the web, but it would be very helpful if I ...
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Can we make Object Detection as human eyes+brain do?

I am so much curious about how do we see(with eyes ofc) and detect things and their location so quick. Is the reason that we have huge gigantic network in our brain and we are trained since birth to ...
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Are AI algorithms capable of self-repair?

Do AI algorithms exist which are capable of healing themselves or regenerating a hurt area when they detect so? For example: In humans if a certain part of brain gets hurt or removed, neighbouring ...
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The relation between the human face perception and the keyword spotting in speech recognition?

In our brain there is an area, near the fusiform gyrus and the occipital area, to recognize the human face. And in speech recognition, there is a technique named keyword spotting. Then I am wondering ...
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Will it ever be possible to construct a neural network that could have the features of human brain? [duplicate]

I have a question. Will we be able to build a neural network that thinks abstractly, has the creativity, feels and is conscious?
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Asking for references regarding the question “Is a concept of personality useful for Strong AGI?”

The above question itself is perhaps too broad for this forum, hence I am phrasing it as a request for references. Humans have been endowed with personalities by nature, and it is not clear (to me at ...