Carnegie Mellon Theory of Visual Computation Reveals How Brain Makes Sense of Natural Scenes

PITTSBURGH: Computational neuroscientists at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a computational model thatprovides insight into the function of the brain’s visual cortex and the information processing that enables people to perceive contours and surfaces, and understand what they see in the world around them. A type of visual neuron known as simple cells can detect […]