Scientists discover nature’s algorithm for intelligence

We’ve been attempting to reverse-engineer intelligence since the dawn of our own history — or at least since the time of the ancient Greeks, who carved the inscription “know thyself” at the temple of Apollo, Delphi. Throughout the ages, one old chestnut has stubbornly resisted yielding up its secret: the organizational principle behind the human brain. Now a group of scientists at Augusta University, Georgia, led by Dr. Joe Tsien, think they may be onto the answer with a recent paper published in the journal Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. If correct, it would send shock waves through the field of neuroscience and likely lead to the dawn of a new age for artificial intelligence as well. One experiment that confirmed there might be something like a universal computational principle at work…

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