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Matthew Crosby and Benjamin Beyret win WBAI Incentive Award

Matthew Crosby and Benjamin Beyret from the Kinds of Intelligence programme have been awarded a WBAI Incentive Award for their work on the Animal-AI Olympics project.

The Whole Brain Architecture Initiative (WBAI) is a non-profit organization, which aims to support and promote research and development activities to realize artificial general intelligence (AGI) with human-like intellectual capabilities while learning from the architecture of the entire brain. It's Incentive Award, is given to researchers who achieved (potentially) prolific results in promoting the development of brain-inspired artificial general intelligence (AGI).

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