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Hugo & the Brain Machine

Hugo & the Brain Machine

Seen in the photo (click for larger) is Prof. Hugo de Garis and the CBM (CAM Brain Machine), which was used tobuild artificial brains (1997-2001). "It evolved neuralnet circuits at electronic speeds. These were storedin the memory of the CBM one by one, and thenconnected together according to the designs of humanBAs (brain architects) to build artificial brains. TheCBM was then used to run the neural signaling of theartificial brain in real time to control the behaviorsof robots, etc," de Garis explained.

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