Sunday, 15 December 2013

The Human Brain Inspires Smarter Computers

Joel Kontinen

Compared to the human brain, computers are everything but effective. They use too much power. This has caused researchers to mimic the way the human brain functions.
Recently, an article in Nature featured this trend.

While Nature pays lip service to evolution, even Darwinists have to admit that mimicking the human brain will bring about much more effective computers.

The brain has been designed wonderfully.


Waldrop, M. Mitchell. 2013. Smart Connection. Computer chips inspired by human neurons can do more with less power. Nature 503 (7474) 22 -24.