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Written by: Paul Kidson

Attraction to the new, the shiny, the ephemeral, the HOW of AI, should be tempered by more fundamental questions of WHY. Keeping this central to the conversation might prevent us from realising Arendt’s prophecy that our age may exhibit “the deadliest, most sterile passivity history has ever known”.

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Current AI systems are not intelligent in the same way we are. AI systems aren’t structured like our brains and don’t learn the same way. Our research explores non-biological systems that are more like human brains. In a new study published in Science Advances, we found self-organising networks of tiny silver wires appear to learn and remember in much the same way as the thinking hardware in our heads.

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