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The '''Whole Brain Emulation Roadmap''' was a 2008 report from [[Anders Sandberg]] and [[Nick Bostrom]] produced at the [[Future of Humanity Institute]] in 2008.
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The '''Whole Brain Emulation Roadmap''' was a 2008 report from [[Anders Sandberg]] and [[Nick Bostrom]] produced at the [[Future of Humanity Institute]] in 2008.<ref>[https://www.morningbrew.com/emerging-tech/stories/2019/08/15/whole-brain-emulation-giant-step-neuroscience Whole Brain Emulation: A Giant Step for Neuroscience]</ref>
  
 
It laid out a number of technical challenges and paths towards achieving [[Whole Brain Emulation]] technology.
 
It laid out a number of technical challenges and paths towards achieving [[Whole Brain Emulation]] technology.
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* [http://www.fhi.ox.ac.uk/brain-emulation-roadmap-report.pdf Full paper]
 
* [http://www.fhi.ox.ac.uk/brain-emulation-roadmap-report.pdf Full paper]
 
* [https://wiki.lesswrong.com/wiki/Brain_Emulation_Roadmap Brain Emulation Roadmap] on [[Less Wrong]]
 
* [https://wiki.lesswrong.com/wiki/Brain_Emulation_Roadmap Brain Emulation Roadmap] on [[Less Wrong]]
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== References ==
 
[[Category:Computational Neuroscience]]
 
[[Category:Computational Neuroscience]]

Latest revision as of 08:29, 31 December 2020

The Whole Brain Emulation Roadmap was a 2008 report from Anders Sandberg and Nick Bostrom produced at the Future of Humanity Institute in 2008.[1]

It laid out a number of technical challenges and paths towards achieving Whole Brain Emulation technology.

Two critiques of the Roadmap were published on a blog in 2010[2][3]; Sandberg has acknowledged them as worthy of reply but has yet to do so.

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