Professor Markram's 'Blue Brain' project, must rank as one of the most extraordinary endeavours in scientific history.If this 47-year-old South-African Israeli is successful, then we are on the verge of realising an age-old fantasy, one first imagined when an adolescent Mary Shelley penned Frankenstein, her tale of an artificial monster brought to life - a story written, quite coincidentally, just a few miles from where this extraordinary experiment is now taking place.We are here for you and we can help you to enjoy your daily life routine for free, with real life cams streaming 24/7 in our real life cam Villa with interesting and creative people.In our life house full of cameras we have two lovely apartments. Second - Voronezh - apartment likes to dance and take a shower together (mostly only girls) What will can happened who knows who knows you can see yourself with our real life cam! What Markram's project amounts to is an audacious attempt to build a computerised copy of a brain - starting with a rat's brain, then progressing to a human brain - inside one of the world's most powerful computers.This, it is hoped, will bring into being a sentient mind that will be able to think, reason, express will, lay down memories and perhaps even experience love, anger, sadness, pain and joy.
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