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Based on the construction of computer mouse neurons, can "smell" explosives

  • Author:chinatopwin
  • Source:chinatopwin
  • Release on :2017-09-01
According to BBC reported at the TEDGlobal meeting in Tanzania, Nigerian Ossie Agabi (Oshi 
Agabi) released a new computer, which is based on the mouse neurons rather than silicon 
building. Agby said that the system has been trained, can identify the smell of explosives, and 
can be used to replace the traditional airport security facilities.

Figure 1: the airport envisioned by Agabi, a Nigerian, will no longer require any visible security 
system, allowing people to pass through and board without hindrance
Ultimately, this is known as Koniku Kore, device type and modem can be almost as large as 
the brain of the robot in the future. However, experts said, to make such systems will face huge 
challenges to the mass market. From Google to Microsoft and other technology giants are 
scrambling to develop artificial intelligence simulation of the human brain (AI). Although in 
mathematics the equation in the complex, the computer's performance better than humans, but 
in many aspects of brain cognitive function, the performance is much better, such as training of 
computer odor recognition requires a lot of computing power and energy.
Agabi is experimenting with reverse engineering biology, and it has done that. The energy it 
needs is only a small part of the silicon based processor. Agabi says, "our deep learning network 
is all about copying the brain.""
The startup Koniku founder Agabi a year ago, and to raise $1 million of funds. Agabi said it has 
signed a number of agreements in the security industry, which can make him a profit of $10 
million.Koniku Kore is a mixture of living neurons and silicon, with the olfactory function, is able to 
detect and identify the odor sensor. Agabi said: "you you can tell them the instructions to neurons, 
what to do. In our case, we tell it to provide a receptor to detect explosives"
Agabi envisions a future in which all parts of Koniku Kore such devices can be used with caution 
in the airport, eliminating the necessity of queuing through airport security facilities. Except for the 
detection of the bomb, the device can also be detected by the patient in the air is circulated in the 
molecular markers of disease to detect the disease.

Figure 2: Agabi hopes to create a brain based computer system
Agabi said that in the prototype TEDGlobal conference show has been partially solved by one of 
the biggest challenges of biological systems, which maintain neuron survival. In the video, he 
was demonstrated from the laboratory equipment. He said in a BBC interview: "this equipment 
can be put on the table, we can let them live a few months." finally, he has greater ambitions. He 
said: "we believe that the future operation of the robot processing ability will be synthesized 
based on biological technology, we are laying the foundation for it"
Recently, Tesla electric car company and the United States space exploration technology 
company SpaceX CEO Elon Musk (Elon Musk) announced his latest adventure Neuralink, aims 
to use neural lace technology to the human brain and artificial intelligence together, prompting 
the biological and technical integration again get attention.

Figure 3: most of the research in artificial intelligence focuses on imitating the working principle 
of neurons
Neural science, biological engineering and computer science progress means that our 
understanding of the human brain works better than ever before. It promoted the development 
of neural technology, computer equipment can shape the brain like plastic. Most of the work at 
present is to improve brain function, especially for those who have the brain related injury or 
disease.
John Donohoe, Dean of Geneva College of engineering and biological nerve (John Donoghue) 
professor has always been at the forefront of this work, he tried to allow paralysed people to 
use brain waves to move the limbs. Donohue believes that this area is in a "critical point", 
biological and digital system will integrate together. He said Agabi's pursuit of interesting ideas, 
and said: "the digital computer is fast and reliable, but it is very slow and clumsy, but despite 
the neurons, very clever"