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Toshihiko Hosoyajoined in Aug 3, 2018
Laboratory Head at RIKEN Brain Science Institute and RIKEN Center for Brain Science, Japan.
Hosoya has 1 break published.
The Lego bricks of the brain
A supercomputer is made up of millions of repeating modules. Our recent study found that the brain is made up of repeating microcircuits. This intriguing similarity may explain how brains are built to efficiently handle diverse tasks, with "microcolumns" that act like the Lego bricks... click to read more
- Toshihiko Hosoya | Laboratory Head at RIKEN Brain Science Institute and RIKEN Center for Brain Science, Japan
Reading time 2.5 min
published on Aug 3, 2018
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