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Sing a Song of Sensorimotor Skills Learning

News   Oct 03, 2018 | Original Story by Carol Clark for Emory University

 
Songbird Data Yields New Theory for Learning Sensorimotor Skills

"Our findings suggest that an animal knows that even the perfect neural command is not going to result in the right outcome every time," says Emory biophysicist Ilya Nemenman. (Image courtesy Samuel Sober.)

 
 
 

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