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Growing Your Brain!

September 21, 2022

A Review of Peter Robin Hiesinger’s Self-Assembling Brain by Robert Thibadeau on medium.com This is a very intertesting take on The Self-Assembling Brain by a senior expert on natural language processing. Robert Thibadeau trained with Roger Schank, is an emeritus of Carnegie Mellon University, and writes and teaches about cognitive science, AI, machine learning, and is one of the founding…

Peter Rupprecht’s Intuition about the Brain – a Book Review

July 5, 2022

On December 31, 2021, the neuroscientist Peter Rupprecht from the Brain Research Institute at the University of Zürich published a book review of The Self-Assembling Brain as the topic of his annual end-of-the-year report on intuitions about the brain. This is such a thoughtful review, both in its praise and critique, that I asked Peter for permission to post it…

Reviews on goodreads.com

October 28, 2021

Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations. It provides an interactive platform for all books of the world to be discussed, reviewed and recommended to fellow readers. As of October 2021, The Self-Assembling Brain has been added by 150 readers and received 11 ratings with an average of 4.73 (out of 5). The reviews are truly…

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In-Depth Book Review and Interview on TechTalks and VentureBeat

August 18, 2021

You can find a very thoughtful book review, summary and discussion of questions arising from The Self-Assembling Brain in the in-depth book review from August 16 at TechTalks here. The same review was also picked up by the VentureBeat, a leading media authority in artificial intelligence and machine learning. TechTalks is an influential site that examines trends in technology, how…

Review of The Self-Assembling Brain in the Journal Science

May 21, 2021

‘What AI can learn from the biological brain‘ is the title of a new review of The Self-Assembling Brain in the journal Science, published in the May 21 issue. This is an expert review, right on target, including both positively and critically assessed points. If you are looking for a critical summary of the book – this is the one!