The Internet and Your Brain Are More Alike Than You Think

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    Salk News, 2/9/2017

    Research from the Salk Institute for Biological Sciences suggests that an algorithm used for managing the flow of information on the Internet may also be at work in the human brain. This kind of insight could improve our understanding of neural networks in the brain, including how learning disabilities work.

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