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A Thousand Brains : The New Theory Of Intelligence

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Jeff Hawkins


“In this fascinating book, Jeff Hawkins develops a new theory about the nature of human intelligence and the recurrent dispute between our old instinctive reptilian brains and the think box contained in our mammalian neocortex. Hawkins also explores the consequences of creating truly intelligent robots, which he suggests is achievable within several decades.”
John ThornhillFinancial Times


“Intriguing…. Insightful stuff for readers immersed in the labyrinthine world of neuroscience.”―Kirkus


A Thousand Brains eloquently expresses the ultimate goal of thousands of scientists: to understand the mechanics of the human mind. Jeff Hawkins uses wonderfully clear and fast-moving prose to give an accessible overview of a theory of human intelligence that is likely to be very influential in the future.”―Michael Hasselmo, Director, Boston University Center for Systems Neuroscience


“Jeff Hawkins’ book is that rare beast: A new theory about one of the oldest mysteries, the mystery of intelligence. The book is thoughtful and original, erudite and visionary. A must read for anyone interested in how the next breakthroughs in artificial intelligence will emerge from the recent (and not so recent) discoveries in neuroscience.”―Anthony Zador, professor of neuroscience, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

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About the Author

Jeff Hawkins is the cofounder of Numenta, a neuroscience research company; founder of the Redwood Neuroscience Institute; and one of the founders of the field of handheld computing. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and author of On Intelligence.

Book Specifications

Title: A Thousand Brains : The New Theory Of Intelligence
Author: Jeff Hawkins
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Weight: 480g
Published Year:2021
Publisher: Basic
ISBN: 978-1541675810
Dimensions: 17.02 x 3.18 x 24.77 cm
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