The human brain is the most complex object created by evolution in the known universe. Yet, how much of this complexity is devoted to exclusively carrying out its algorithmic capabilities and how much of it has been inherited from biological paths of evolution in order to work properly in its physical environment? What if the information processing properties of the brain could be reduced to a few simple columnar rules replicated throughout the neocortex? In our research project we seek for those principles by means of the elaboration of computational models of the neocortex.
Neurocomputational cortical memory for spectro-temporal phonetic abstraction.Computer Science: Faculty Publications and Other Works
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Citation InformationDematties, Dario, Thiruvathukal, George K., Rizzi, Silvio, Wainselboim, Alejandro Javier, & Zanutto, Bonifacio Silvano. (2019, February 28). neurophon/neurophon: Release for PLOS submission (Version v1.0). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2580396