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Giving Chips a 'Brain Scan'

(Beyond Ourselves #10)

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Researchers used 'brain scanning' techniques to examine a computer chip.  How brains work is not well understood, but we do understand exactly how computer chips work. Their research failed to show up many vital structures in the chip, and showed up some 'false positives' that were not really important.  This research should make us cautious about how much MRI scanning is really telling us about how our brains work.

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