Neocortical Architectures

John Snodgrass snodgras at
Wed Dec 22 17:43:48 EST 1993

In <2f9h8j$pfe at> erwin at (Harry Erwin) writes:

>The weakness of a system designed this way is that attention in each layer
>is controlled by the layer below it. Eventually, this regression of
>control peters out

      You don't know this, you assume it. After this, your model
is useless, you are fraught with endless complexities. Look at the
evidence for a finite regression.


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