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(Medical Xpress)   The brain learns completely differently than we've assumed since the 20th century. Except for yours   ( medicalxpress.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Neuron, synaptic learning scenario, Brain, new learning scenario, Donald Hebb, Prof. Ido Kanter, new dendritic learning, Psychology  
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2018-03-23 09:46:00 AM  
Learning is easy enough.

What most people want is a way to Unsee what they have seen.
 
2018-03-23 10:09:54 AM  
I nearly went into neuroscience and now I'm kind of regretting it. That cushy brain in all your skulls is so delicious, you don't even know.
 
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2018-03-23 11:22:13 AM  

doglover: Learning is easy enough.

What most people want is a way to Unsee what they have seen.


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2018-03-23 11:24:02 AM  

XSV: doglover: Learning is easy enough.

What most people want is a way to Unsee what they have seen.

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Gorgor's knob stirred
 
2018-03-23 11:28:51 AM  
It is a rarely asked question:
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clearly we don't seem to learn by repetition
 
2018-03-23 11:53:14 AM  
So, a bunch of dendrites connected to visual signals don't have to individually learn "something moved over there". Instead a bunch of dendrites in over there's visual field just have to learn "something moved"?
 
2018-03-23 12:00:47 PM  
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2018-03-23 03:36:46 PM  
I definitely learned better in the 20th century than I do now. Wait...what?
 
2018-03-23 11:09:25 PM  

XSV: doglover: Learning is easy enough.

What most people want is a way to Unsee what they have seen.

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Who doesn't like biatches with big tits?
 
2018-03-23 11:34:45 PM  
So they are saying the model used in the 1980s for neural nets is closer to reality? Except that model was based on real biology as known at the time.
 
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