AI via Neural Processing
by Chris Huyck
I got my PhD from the University of Michigan in 1994. The topic
was a psycholinguistically plausible natural language parser.
Shortly thereafter, I was exploring ways to resolve PP attachment
I had a nice idea about an engineering approach,
but I thought I'd use Cell Assemblies (CAs) to solve the problem.
I'd known about these, had thought someone had solved the problems,
and thought I'd just plug them in.
Also, I thought they were the basis of human thought, so I'd be
doing good old fashioned hard AI.
It turned out, CAs were not figure out, and I've spent the last
decade or so figuring them out.
I'm not there yet, but...