The appeal of incorporating neuroscience in artificial intelligence startups

Just last week, Uber announced that the company would be acquiring Geometric Intelligence, a startup founded by Gary Marcus, Zoubin Ghahramani, Doug Bemis, and Ken Stanley. Given Gary’s research on how the brain processes and interprets language, as well as Zoubin’s noteworthy research in the field ...

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