Recently, Chatbot GPT has caught everyone’s eyes, and has become one of the most important steps taken in the field of Artificial Intelligence. Many people already know that AI can really bring about a real revolution. But it still seems a long way off that the end is in store for us at all. Even if human brain cells could change this?
Scientists at Johns Hopkins University think so. In fact, they made an incredible discovery and a lot of interesting information about what they call Organoid Intelligence. It uses pools of living tissue that originate from donor cells and relate in a similar way to the human brain. This can change a lot for AI.
How will this success change Artificial Intelligence?
It shows the way in which Artificial Intelligence will change itself. This just results in what now seems like a chimera: AI cannot be distinguished from a human. The scientists did their research and published their conclusions and findings in the journal Science Frontiers, something that has already passed around the world. It is one of the most important lessons that can be developed.
At the moment, Artificial Intelligence still has limitations, but thanks to human brain cells, its learning could be accelerated not only as a better view, but also as an incredible speech plan provided by AI. This could lead to the fact that, in a few years, this intelligence will leave us all speechless.
The key is in the brain of a computer device
To achieve all this, scientists at Johns Hopkins University have designed a brain machine where a computer communicates with the intelligence of that Organoid to send information and also to know what it is thinking. To achieve this, the human donor wears a mesh on his head with about 25 small electrodes that pick up signals and send them to the horse.
It seems like something out of a movie, but this is truly an impressive development that marks a fore and aft in the evolution of intelligent technology. If we have already been surprised with the results offered by the Chatbot GPT, the excitement of which is still valid, what will happen in a few years if this Organoid Intelligence continues to be researched and perfected.
The discovery of what can happen in a very short time has sown the seed. However, some questions are still to be resolved. For example, scientists are still not completely happy with the results, because brains are smaller for all the goals they want to achieve.
To give a very simple example, the Intelligence Organoid now contains 50,000 cells. But, it would be necessary to care for about 100 million so that AI can enjoy accelerated learning and provide results so that we can doubt whether we are dealing with Artificial Intelligence or a real person.
Although there is still a long way to go, the road map is clear. Scientists will continue to explore all the possibilities offered by brain cells so that Artificial Intelligence can at some point manifest consciousness or even emotions such as pain. This generates enthusiasm, but also fear in equal parts. How far can AI go?
As a result of these developments, AI will continue to be a form of development and will actually improve within a few years. We will have to wait to see what other discoveries are made in relation to human brain cells. But it flatters to decorate.