2012-12-01T22:02:06-05:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/87c/309044-m.jpgAuthor and inventor Ray Kurzweil talked about his neuroscience research, in which he reverse-engineered the brain in order to assist in building intelligent machines. Mr. Kurzweil talked about this research with Editor of Scientific American Mind, Ingrid Wickelgren.
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