1. This is real awesome! Thanks for sharing these useful articles!

  2. Last evening I quckily read this wonderful book on the Kindle of a visiting friend. I am blown away by its assertion that neocortex architecture largely consists of 100-neuron modules which act as primitive general-purpose pattern-recognition atoms and link with peers in hierarchies to create the mind! But what is the functional significance of the 60,000-neuron cortical columns? And what a pity that the chart on the transistor count of microprocessors makes numerous (and obvious) errors in transcribing Intel’s cited source. Is it the only chart with mistakes? Is there a Web page for errata?

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