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  Analysis of Artificial Brain  
  Authors : Divya Bharti
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In this paper, we will discuss how human Brain is one of the most vital component for a human body and if we want to cap-ture the domain of Artificial Intelligence, we need to focus on the development of artificial brain in line with Human Brain. We will be analysing Blue Brain Project and its techniques for the development of artificial brain.AI basically learns from past experiences.So, we will see how we can develop Artificial Brain without learning from past experiences and taking logical decisions.


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 8, Issue 1

Date of Publication : February 2019

Pages : 102-109

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Divya Bharti : is a Student of Bits, Pilani Pursuing Masters in Software Systems with Specialisation in Data Analytics. She has more than 5 years of experience with IBM India and DXC technology exploring different domains of analytics. She has presented the paper in IBM for Migration of Mainframes in Cloud. Her current field of interest is AI.


Human brain, Artificial Brain, Blue Brain,Patterns

Neurons are organized into circuits. In a reflex arc, such as the knee-jerk reflex, interneurons connect multiple sensory and motor neurons, allowing one sensory neuron to affect multiple motor neurons. One muscle can be stimulated to contract while another is inhibited from contracting.In neuroscience, a biological neural network describes a population of physically interconnected neurons or a group of disparate neurons whose inputs or signalling targets define a recognizable circuit. Communication b e t w e e n n e u r o n s o f t e n i n v o l v e s a n electrochemical process. The interface through which they interact with surrounding neurons usually consists of several dendrites (input connections), which are connected via synapses to other neurons, and one axon (output connection). If the sum of the input signals surpasses a certain threshold, the neuron sends an action potential (AP) at the axon hillock and transmits this electrical signal along the axon.


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