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This book was first published in 2004, yet the material presented is still a solid basis for brain theory. Read morePublished 29 days ago by jmb codewriter
Very interesting book on the human mind. It's a little old now given the state of recent advancements. I'd like to see what his comments (the author) would be today!Published 1 month ago by Jeff Kotowski
I really thought it this book was easy to understand. I wish he would have went into a little detail on the SDR and how the brain encodes information. Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. Robidoux
This book was released in 2005. Still there are only close to 250 ratings on this book. The ratings, if not excellent, are good but before deciding to read the book I was wondering... Read morePublished 4 months ago by R
Jeff Hawkins seems to provide the best theory of mind to date. Certainly, as a model that makes sense of human cognitive operation, this seems to be the most useful and inclusive... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andrew Webster
Great read, inspired me to get into casual neuroscience research and do some hands on synthetic intelligence based computer programming.Published 4 months ago by Joey Jo-Jo Junior Shabadoo
This book is brilliant. The cortical algorithm presented here unifies and simplifies so many brain functions. A truly excellent paradigm!Published 6 months ago by Silver One