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Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy

Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0487

Cognitive behavioural therapy for future generations mindset: The blue brain

Global Clinical Psychologists Annual Meeting

October 10-12, 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Stutee Patnaik

BPUT University, Bhubaneswar, India

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Psychol Psychother

Abstract :

The most complex and interesting structure ever exists in this universe is our brain. Man is intelligent because of this valuable creation of God called brain. The recent researches are now focusing on creating machine functioning just like a human brain called as virtual brain/Blue Brain that can help in remembering many more things as a substitute/ as an addition to the human brain, which was first introduced by Scientists at Switzerland��?s EcolePolytech-nique de Laussane��?s ��?Brain and Mind��? Institute, in partnership with IBM. This paper, thus, aims at exploring the meaning, concept & engineering aspect of the said brain technology that can help to assist many problems to solve, such as treatment of brain malfunctioning, scientific curiosity about consciousness, analysis of human mind and some authentic views on para-psychological aspects of human behaviour. Even, it is also presumed that the intelligence and cognitive abilities of a person can be used for the development of the future generations or the race by using this blue brain concept. Hence the objective and the destination of the study is to gather all existing knowledge on Blue Brain and to prepare a conceptual model on it.

Biography :

Stutee Patnaik is a graduate student in Computer Science and Engineering from Silicon Institute of Technology, BPUT University. She is presenting her first international seminar in our Honoria of Conference Series LLC.