The complexity of biological thinking is impossible is impossible to replicate today when constrained by the limitations of a single machine. With the ability to define and exchange standard objects and a standard interface, this barrier could be broken. The hurdle of coding models that approximate the function of the brain has also been insurmountable as long as development was dictated, managed, and organized within a company. The upper limit on programs of this origin seems to be in the range of 10 million lines. The growth of open source development opens the door to the integration of many codes to form the billions of lines necessary to approach human capacity for thought.
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