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How Do Brains Filter Data?
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How Do Brains Filter Data?

How Do Brains Filter Data? ‘Synapses, by their nature, are probabilistic little devices, [and] don’t transfer every type of information they receive.’ In fact, only 10 to 25% of the signals that a neuron receives will be transmitted across the synapse; the rest are ‘dropped’ much like a cell phone call.

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