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BLUE BRAIN

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Maanvitha Chowdary

on 5 October 2015

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Transcript of BLUE BRAIN

CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION:
WHAT IS BLUE BRAIN
WHAT IS VIRTUAL BRAIN
FUNCTION OF NATURAL BRAIN
BRAIN SIMULATION
ADVANTAGES
DISADVANTAGES
CONCLUSION

WHAT IS VIRTUAL BRAIN?
Human brain the most valuable creation of God.The man is called intelligent because of the brain but we loose the knowledge of the brain when the body is destroyed after death

“BLUE BRAIN”-The name of first virtual brain that means a machine that can function as human brain

Presented By:
B. Sneha
K. Maanvitha
CH. Shravya
B. Roja
K. Shravya
BLUE BRAIN
WHAT IS BLUE BRAIN?
Is it really possible to create a human brain?

“YES”the IBM has developed a virtual brain known as BLUE BRAIN


It would be the worlds first virtual brain.
Within 30 years,we wil be able to scan ourself into the computer.

A machine that can function as a brain
It can take decision
It can Think
It can response
It can Keep things in memory
WHY WE NEED VIRTUAL BRAIN ?
To upload contents of natural brain into it
To keep the intelligence,knowledge and skill of any person forever
To remember things without any effort
FUNCTIONING OF BRAIN
INTRODUCTION
SENSORY INPUT:Receiving input such as sound,image etc through sensory cell.
INTERPRETATION :interpretation of the received input by the brain by defining statesof neurons in the brain.
MOTOR OUTPUT:Receiving of electric responses from the brain to perform any action.
BRAIN SIMULATION
NATURAL BRAIN Vs SIMULATED BRAIN
INPUT:
Through the natural neurons
INTERPRETATION:
By different states of neurons in the brain

INPUT:
Through the silicon chip or artificial neurons
INTERPRETATION
By the set of bits in the set of register

OUTPUT :
Through the natural neurons
PROCESSING:
Through arithmetic and logical calculations
MEMORY:
Through permanent states of neurons

OUTPUT:
Through the silicon chip
PROCESSING:
Through arithmetic and logical calculations and Artificial Intelligence
MEMORY:
Through Secondary Memory

NATURAL BRAIN Vs SIMULATED BRAIN
BUT THE QUESTION IS HOW HUMAN BRAIN WILL BE UPLOADED INTO IT ???
UPLOADING HUMAN BRAIN
The uploading is possible by the use of small robots known as Nanobots
These robots are small enough to travel through out our circulatory system.
They will be able to provide an interface with computer.
Nanobots could also carefully scan the structure of brain , providing a complete read-out of connection.
This information when entered into computer ,could then continue to function as us.
Thus the data stored on the entire Brain will be uploaded into the computer.
EXAMPLES OF BLUE BRAIN
A very Short Example of Utilisation of Bluebrain is the case “Short Term Memory”
A Another situation is that when the person gets older,then he starts forgetting or takes a bit more time to recognise a person
ADVANTAGES :
Remembering Things without any Effort.
Making decision without the presence of the person
Using intelligence of a person After Death
Allowing The Deaf or Dumb people to Hear and Speak via Direct Nerve stimulation
DISADVANTAGES:
We become dependant on the computer.
Others may use Technical Knowledge against us.
A very costly Procedure for Regaining the memory back.
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