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Brain Scans Show Why Our Mind’s Eye Sees The World So Differently to Everyday Vision – ScienceAlert

Researchers have discovered a neural overlap between human and machine that helps to explain why what we see in our mind’s eye is different to the information being processed by our actual eyes when we’re peering at something in reality.

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Researchers have discovered a neural overlap between human and machine that helps to explain why what we see in our mind’s eye is different to the information being processed by our actual eyes when we’re peering at something in reality.
With the help of an fMRI scanner and an artificial neural network an AI engine designed to mimic the brain the new study draws parallels between the way the human brain works and the way a computer system works.
As well as explaining why a dog in your head doe…

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