SV: Capacity of the brain
KPaulC at email.msn.com
Tue Sep 7 05:19:21 EST 1999
i stand on what i posted. i meant no 'offense'. it's just that there's no
'point' is diverging from Truth.
k. p. collins
Jan Vorbrueggen <jan at mailhost.neuroinformatik.ruhr-uni-bochum.de> wrote in
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> "Ken Collins" <KPaulC at email.msn.com> writes:
> > > Quite so. I'd say the three-dimensional character of the wiring and
> > > plasticity is what makes otherwise inferior hardware that performant.
> > > our estimate of the complexity of a single cortical neuron is still
> > > growing.
> > >
> > > On the other hand, cortex runs at less than 100 Hz. The difference in
> > > operating frequency of about 10^7, currently, can make up for a lot.
> > Forgive me, please... 'inferior hardware'?
> > surely, you jest?
> Of course not. I pointed out a few things that I consider to be the
> and disadvantages of mammallian cortex over current technology. And those
> eexactly the points you raise in this and later posts. Before you go on a
> again, check out my background and the work our group's being doing.
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