Exploring the Brain’s Pattern Recognition Algorithms: The MICrONS Program

MICrONS aims to reduce the gap between the performance of human analysts and that of automated pattern recognition systems, by reverse engineering the algorithms in the brain.

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The brain is able to recognize patterns in small amounts of information and learn from them. This ability can be used for a variety of purposes, including recognizing novel patterns that are not distorted or noisy. The brain has been a weakly-informed source of inspiration for machine learning algorithms since the 1940s. However, these algorithms still do not rival the performance of humans.


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