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    Nov282007

    Modeling the Brain

    INFO SCIENCE: Technology Review reports:

    An ambitious project to create an accurate computer model of the brain has reached an impressive milestone. Scientists in Switzerland working with IBM researchers have shown that their computer simulation of the neocortical column, arguably the most complex part of a mammal's brain, appears to behave like its biological counterpart. By demonstrating that their simulation is realistic, the researchers say, these results suggest that an entire mammal brain could be completely modeled within three years, and a human brain within the next decade.

    The article's visualization is fascinating and gives me renewed respect for the people trying to reverse engineer the brain.

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    Очень интерестная статья, а еще советую у нас, большое спасибо!

    September 1, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBabyboy1

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