The Deep Learning Saga or how Geoff Hinton discovered how the brain really works. Once a year for the last 25 years.

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2 Responses to The Deep Learning Saga or how Geoff Hinton discovered how the brain really works. Once a year for the last 25 years.

  1. vianta says:

    I think these are natural behaviors both for explorers and their critics, ultimately produced by the biological implementation of a brain model which nature refined in billion of years and innumerable generations of cells/brains/organisms. The volume of genetic/search computations done in parallel in nature in billions and billions of cells along the eons will dwarf for a good while all human effort in searching an artificial model of the brain.
    We still need the explorers to generate new models for testing and the critics to conduct the tests.
    A better search process for a brain model might be in the open source community where it would be fewer chances to duplicate the effort exploring the same paths over and over…

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