Cognitive Machine Claimed by Sandia

Posted 15 Aug 2003 at 13:06 UTC by steve Share This

Sandia National Lab issued a press release this week claiming they've developed a cognitive machine using a software model of human thought processes. The software models both human logic and human emotion, allowing it to think like a human, according to Sandia. Among the goals of Sandia's Cognitive Systems Project are creating software that "Goes where you go, knows what you do, and knows what you know". DARPA considers this technology just "phase 1" of a project to create humans with machine augmented cognition.

Historic?, posted 15 Aug 2003 at 22:26 UTC by The Swirling Brain » (Master)

I'm from Missouri (the show-me state) so I'd like to see a demonstration before I believe it, but if it's true, could this be history in the making?

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