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Published on Apr 28, 2015
Neuroscientists are rapidly converging on answers to once seemingly intractable questions: How do we learn? How are memories stored? How is information represented across ensembles of cells? How do neural cells compute?
This talk will survey recent progress in experimental and theoretical brain science, including contributions from Los Alamos researchers, and present some novel hypotheses as to how biological information processing differs fundamentally from conventional digital computation.
From the Frontiers in Science Public Lecture Series Sponsored by the Fellows of Los Alamos National Laboratory. Filmed in Santa Fe, NM on November 13, 2007