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DishBrain Mixes Human and Mouse Brain Cells With Electronics

If you thought the recent surge in AI development was an exotic state of computing with big and topical acronyms like Large Language Model (LLM), Generative Adversarial Network (GAN), think again. . There is nothing more exotic than a human brain cell that can float in a petri dish and work with electronics and his AI agents. But that’s exactly what an Australian team in partnership with Monash University and the Cortical Institute accomplished last year with the introduction of the DishBrain concept.

Apparently, the team’s research concept and promise resonated with the military, and even added dollar value to its appeal as a research facility. US$407,000 military investment in research, courtesy of Australia’s ONI (National Intelligence Agency).

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