logging in or signing up BLUE BRAIN aSGuest91095 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 4435 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (1) Dislike it (0) Added: March 23, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 5 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript G.PULLAIAH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY: G.PULLAIAH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGYBLUE BRAIN : BLUE BRAIN Prepared by, D. Sruthi Reddy, 08AT1A0521, 2 nd CSEContents:: Contents: 1 INTRODUCTION 2 WHAT IS BLUE BRAIN 3 WHAT IS VIRTUAL BRAIN 4 FUNCTION OF NATURAL BRAIN 5 BRAIN SIMULATION CURRENT RESEARCH WORK 7 HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE REQIREMENT 8 ADVANTAGES 9 DISADVANTAGE 10 CONCLUSIONINTRODUCTION: INTRODUCTION 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?WHAT IS BLUE BRAIN? : WHAT IS BLUE BRAIN? 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 computersWHAT IS VIRTUAL BRAIN?: WHAT IS VIRTUAL BRAIN? A machine that functions as our Brain We can just call it as Artificial Brain Possible by using Super ComputersWHY DO WE NEED VIRTUAL BRAIN??: WHY DO WE NEED VIRTUAL BRAIN?? To upload the contents of human brain To keep a person’s intelligence/skill alive To remember the things without any effortFUNCTIONING OF HUMAN BRAIN: FUNCTIONING OF HUMAN BRAIN 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 .BRAIN SIMUALATION Natural Brain vs Artificial Brain: BRAIN SIMUALATION Natural Brain vs Artificial Brain INPUT Through the natural neurons INTERPRETATION By different states of the neurons in the brain INPUT Through the silicon chip or artificial neurons INTERPRETATION By a set of bits in the set of registerSlide 10: OUTPUT Through the natural neurons. PROCESSING Through arithmetic and logical calculations OUTPUT Through the silicon chip . PROCESSING Through arithmetic and logical calculation and artificial intelligenceSlide 11: MEMORY Through permanent states of neurons MEMORY Through Secondary memorySlide 12: ARTIFICIAL NUERAL NETWORKUPLOADING HUMAN BRAIN: UPLOADING HUMAN BRAIN 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.This information, when entered into a computer, could then continue to function as us. Thus the data stored in the entire brain will be uploaded into the computer. : This information, when entered into a computer, could then continue to function as us. Thus the data stored in the entire brain will be uploaded into the computer.RESEARCH WORK: RESEARCH WORK 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 systemsSoftware & Hardware Requirement: Software & Hardware Requirement 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.ADVANTAGES: ADVANTAGES 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 personDISADVANTAGES: DISADVANTAGES We become dependent upon the computer Others may use technical knowledge against us. Another fear is found today with respect to human cloningSlide 20: We will be able to turn ourselves into computersANY QUERIES: ANY QUERIESTHANK YOU: THANK YOU You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.