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DOWNLOAD the Brain Simulator II (Software) AGI Research Platform

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Thanks for your Interest in
Brain Simulator II!

Please watch the video to the right (at least the first few minutes)...it will give you an overview of what to expect. Then follow the directions below to download.

Click to Download!

Download and extract this latest .zip file. This includes the latest executable and sample files. Then run (double-click) the file BrainSimulator.exe. You can also load these from the GitHub site here.

Click to make suggestions or report bugs!

You'll need to create a GitHub login. Be sure to be as complete as possible and to note the version you are currently using. You can also send email to help@FutureAI.guru

If you want to compile the code yourself (and edit it on your own) you'll want to download Visual Studio from Microsoft. If you're an individual, you can use the free "Community Edition" available here.

Click the join the project page on GitHub!

To make software contributions to the project, it's easiest if you get the GitHub extensions for Visual Studio available here. You'll need to create a GitHub login. Please create a branch for your work.

IMPORTANT: This project is covered by the MIT open-source license. If you want to keep your development private (which is fine), do not submit it to the GitHub project.


Overview Video:

Step-by-step instructions:

If at any time you encounter an error, please copy the error message and email it to me at help@FutureAI.guru

  1. Download the .zip file and "Extract all" to a useful directory. Ignore the security messages caused by unsigned development code.
  2. Double-click BrainSimulator.exe to start the program.
  3. Try out the various network files included in the download
  4. Have Fun! Thanks for your Help!

Levels of participation:

You can participate in the Brain Simulator II project at whatever level you like.

  1. Observer: Play with Brain Simulator II and learn about AGI.
  2. Researcher: Try out the program, report problems, and make suggestions.
  3. Experimenter: Build your own networks.
  4. Developer: Enhance existing modules and fix bugs .
  5. Master: Develop your own modules and advance the AGI field.
  6. Nobel Laureate: Create a full AGI system.