The Entire Internet Only Matched the Capacity of the Human Brain in 2010

The Entire Internet Only Matched the Capacity of the Human Brain in 2010
The Entire Internet Only Matched the Capacity of the Human Brain in 2010

Dr. Stephen Roberts, director of the Oxford-Man Institute and professor of machine learning at the University of Oxford, tells Newsweek that the entire internet only recently matched the capacity of a single human brain.

"It wasn't until 2010 that the sum total of internet traffic exceeded a zetabyte, and that's just a single human brain," Roberts said.  

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Roberts was speaking at Newsweek's Artificial Intelligence and Data Science in Capital Markets conference, in London, March 2.Try Newsweek: Subscription offers

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