Artificial intelligence researcher and rising high school senior Animesh Koratana envisions a world where medical research on the human brain for cures to diseases ranging from depression to bi-polar to schizophrenia can be done on artificially created brains that think and behave just like human brains. He shares the first breakthrough in this short talk.
Animesh Koratana’s interests lie in using computational neuroscience and artificial intelligence to help solve the largest problems facing A.I. and medicine today. His research on fluid intelligence has attracted the interest of the NSA for a possible application in curbing cyberterrorism attacks.