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Some researchers are also incorporating the properties of certain types of cortical neurons and processes such as attention into their models.Artificial Neural Nets Finally Yield Clues to How Brains Learn|Anil Ananthaswamy|February 18, 2021|Quanta Magazine
Seeing that first twitch in a lab dish immediately after cortical stimulation is something that’s not soon forgotten.Meet Assembloids, Mini Human Brains With Muscles Attached|Shelly Fan|January 12, 2021|Singularity Hub
Maybe one day, as they grow stronger building on more cortical anatomy, they will be able to explain those patterns back to us, solving the puzzle of the brain’s interconnections, creating a picture we understand.
The machines we have built—the ones architected after cortical anatomy—fall short of capturing the nature of the human brain.
Closing the eyes results in a large increase in the strength of the alpha rhythm in visual cortical areas in the back of the head.
The cortical portion of sarsaparilla yields fully 50% of aqueous extract.
There is in the interrenal body no distinction between cortical and medullary layers as in the suprarenal.
They were only separated from the egg columns of the cortical layer by a row of large follicles.
Ceramiace—Frond thread-like, jointed, one-siphoned, and more or less covered with a layer of cortical cells.The Sea Shore|William S. Furneaux
In these, a rough glassy enamel covers the cortical part, of such hardness, as to strike sparks with steel.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure