Brain Simulator II

The Guide for Creating Artificial General Intelligence

Praise for

Brain Simulator II: The Guide for Creating Artificial General Intelligence

“...easy to read, and I think quite understandable for readers with little or no experience in the area of how the brain works”

—André Slabber, Developer

“Goes way beyond a typical software manual with background information on neuroscience and the features needed for AGI.”

—Dale George, Developer

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About the Book

Brain Simulator II: The Guide for Creating Artificial General Intelligence provides readers with a step-by-step guide to understanding everything from the development philosophy behind Brain Simulator II to the direction for future development. Chapters describe neurons and their applications, the distinction between biological neurons and traditional AI, user and programming interfaces, the universal knowledge store, and more.

Chapters Include:

  • The AGI development philosophy
  • Neuron Simulation Models
  • The User Inteface
  • The Programming Interface
  • The Universal Knowledge Store
  • Sample Applications
  • And more...

About the Author

Charles J. Simon is a nationally-recognized computer software/hardware expert, author and speaker. He is noted for two artificial intelligence (“AI”) systems and three generation of Computers Aided Design (“CAD”). His most recent book is the successful Will Computers Revolt? Preparing for the Future of Artificial Intelligence. Professionally, he has worked on numerous major software projects including Microsoft's MSNBC.COM. He holds BSEE and MSCS degrees and is a member of IEEE, AAAI, and AAAS as well as the high-IQ societies: Triple-nine, Intertel, and Mensa.

Mr. Simon has computer write-ups in Newsweek, the LA Times, USA Today, etc. Originally from San Francisco, he is a philanthropist supporting various causes, such as: STEM youth education, and arts and sciences organizations across the US. Also, a world sailor, Mr. Simon has circumnavigated the globe and sailed the Arctic Northwest Passage.