Thought I'd ask for some assistance on this.
My current project is to do what some have said is impossible, ie run a small AI on a RaspPi model B or B+ (512 or 1GB RAM)
The plan here is twofold, use a 64GB microSD (about £30 locally from Airtel) and the Pi's on-board memory with some clever electronics to keep it in the critical zone where the quantum effects begin to affect adjacent cells leading to a cemi field analog and an exponential increase in complexity.
To do this I plan to add temperature feedback and a very large magnet on either side that causes intentional leakage in the cells as well as a weak alternating field to imitate the cemi field.
The 64GB microSD at the moment is intended to be used for neural pattern storage as it can be reformatted to FAT32 and hopefully a second 64GB used with an external adapter to act as a visual cortex by rapidly cycling through stored patterns and using the same effect to recognize images slightly differing from the stored image.
Has anyone done anything remotely like this, perhaps some pointers would be useful?