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Of Mice, Men and... Computers?

News   Mar 22, 2019 | Original Press Release from SISSA

 
Of Mice, Men and... Computers?

We know that there are important similarities between the visual system of primates and the latest artificial neural networks. Thank to a new study, we now know that these similarities exist also with the visual system of rats. Credit: Pixabay/SISSA

 
 
 

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