My Friend Dr. Thomas Trappenberg, a computational neuroscience professor, discusses his academic journey and interest in neural networks and computational neuroscience. He highlights the advancements in AI and computational neuroscience, but also acknowledges the complexity of the brain that is yet to be fully understood. He emphasizes the need for a deeper understanding of the brain to truly understand intelligence. Dr. Trappenberg also addresses the challenges and opportunities of AI, emphasizing the importance of responsible and regulated development. He discusses his involvement in politics, advocating for a better electoral system and the use of technology to facilitate decision-making. He also expresses concerns about bias in AI language models and the potential job displacement caused by automation, suggesting alternatives to capitalism. Additionally, he discusses his work in computational neuroscience, focusing on mental illnesses and disorders. He concludes by emphasizing the need for students to be passionate about learning rather than solely focusing on grades.
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