- There are five things I'd like you to take home.
It's hard to develop systems with neurons, but there are an incredibly
wide amount of things to study and ways to make advances.
I can't think of a better way to pass the Turing test.
Cognitive and hard AI claims aside, there is promise from a text
engineering perspective for neurons.
- You can program in neurons.
- Neurons are not currently winning vs. standard text engineering
- Neurons are, of course, winning as neuro-cognitive models.
- Neurons are starting to win as cognitive models.
- Neurons hold the promise of unifying disparate systems; this could
solve the symbol grounding problem and lead to a Turing test