How the human brain organizes information? – say the scientists

Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology through a series of experiments was able to describe the approximate mechanisms for the systematization of information in the human brain. It turns out that the nervous system requires only 1% of all data, to send a particular array in a particular directory.

Scientists conducted an experiment involving young people. The volunteers were asked to look at the pictures. On the second point, the image needed to know on small parts. The rest of the picture in the experiment was closed with a black background.

Together with the experiment, the scientists tried to create an intelligent computer system using a special algorithm. Surprisingly, most people coped with guessing the pictures on the little plot of no worse than a computer program.

Scientists conclude that the human brain – an intricate system is able to remember the information through the method of random projection.

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