Internal Dynamics of the Brains' Entorhinal Cortex

We're continuing our presentation of background material to help understand Jeff Hawkins thousand brains theory described in a HTC post earlier this week.   Today's lecture was given by Nobel Laureate Edvard Moser on 'Space and time: Internal dynamics of the brain's entorhinal cortex' in 2019.


1:  Scale space, lateral inhibition, orientation maps.  Fascinating how the mechanisms described in this talk mirror mechanisms in the brain's visual cortex processing.

2:  The optical recording of brain activity via fluorescence from viral genetic manipulation of the brain cells is pretty slick.


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