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Dr

Colin Hales

Honorary
Anatomy And Neuroscience
artificial general intelligence
artificial intelligence
models, neurological
humans
neurons
science & technology
ion channels
computer simulation
action potentials
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Dr

Colin Hales

 
Division
Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
 
Primary Interest
Artificial brain tissue inorganic replication technology
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Dr

Colin Hales

 

What I do
I am a late-onset scientist with the sole intent of fostering the development (before retirement) of a novel brain-tissue replication chip technology for application in artificial general intelligence/robots and human implants. The chip technology facilitates natural learning of the kind biology uses to adapt to novelty.

Interests
Artificial general intelligence, the scientific study of consciousness, intelligence, cognition, molecular dynamics, biophysics, electrodynamics, scientific method, pattern theory, cellular automata, information theory, cell biology, empirical and theoretical neuroscience, machine consciousness.

Projects
My only science mission is to create artificial general intelligence (machine, inorganic intelligence) that learns like humans learn.

Currently that goal requires (1) a general review of the laws of electromagnetism as applied to brain material and (2) experimental simulation and fabrication work to establish the basis of a chip that inorganically replicates the biolectromagnetism behind the adaptive signalling system used by the brain. Such a chip has never been attempted before.

Scholarly Works

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Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Anatomy And Neuroscience

Member

IEEE

Education


Doctor of Engineering

University of Melbourne

Systems Engineering

Brunel University

Electrical Engineering

Monash University