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Blue brain

  1. 1. 1 INTRODUCTION2 WHAT IS BLUE BRAIN3 WHAT IS VIRTUAL BRAIN4 FUNCTION OF NATURAL BRAIN5 BRAIN SIMULATION6 CURRENT RESEARCH WORK7 HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQIREMENT8 ADVANTAGES9 DISADVANTAGE10 CONCLUSION
  2. 2.  Human Brain—The most valuable creation of GOD The intelligence of a person is lost after his/her death Is there any solution for this?
  3. 3.  BLUE BRAIN—The world’s first virtual brain It’s being developed by IBM Within 30 years we will be able to scan ourselves into computers
  4. 4.  A machine that functions as our Brain We can just call it as Artificial Brain Possible by using Super Computers
  5. 5.  To upload the contents of human brain To keep a person’s intelligence/skill alive To remember the things without any effort
  6. 6.  Sensory Input :- Receiving input such as sound ,image, etc through sensory cell . Interpretation. Interpretation of the received input by the brain by defining states of neurons in the brain. Motor Output. Receiving of electric responses from the brain to perform any action .
  7. 7.  INPUT  INPUT Through the  Through the natural neurons silicon chip or artificial INTERPRETATION neurons By different  INTERPRETATION states of the  By a set of bits neurons in the in the set of brain register
  8. 8.  OUTPUT  OUTPUT Through the  Through the natural neurons. silicon chip . PROCESSING  PROCESSING Through  Through arithmetic and arithmetic and logical logical calculations calculation and artificial intelligence
  9. 9.  MEMORY  MEMORY Through  Through Secondary permanent states memory of neurons
  10. 10. ARTIFICIAL NUERAL NETWORK
  11. 11.  The uploading is possible by the use of small robots known as the nanobots. These robots are small enough to travel through out our circulatory system. Nanobots could also carefully scan the structure of our brain, providing a complete readout of the connection.
  12. 12.  IBM developing the “Blue brain” IBM, in partnership with scientists at Switzerland’s Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne’s(EPFL) Brain and Mind Institute will begin simulating the brain’s biological systems
  13. 13.  22.8 TFLOPS peak processing speed. 8,096 CPUs at 700 MHz (downgraded to handle massive parallel processing). 256MB to 512MB memory per processor. Linux and C++ software. 100 kilowatts power consumption. very powerful Nanobots to act as the interface between the natural brain and the computer.
  14. 14.  Intelligence of a person is not lost even after his death Things can be remembered easily without much effort Allowing deaf to hear via nerve simulation Making decisions without the presence of the person
  15. 15.  We become dependent upon the computer Others may use technical knowledge against us. Another fear is found today with respect to human cloning
  16. 16. We will be able to turnourselves into computers
  17. 17. THANK YOU

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