Could a neuroscientist understand a microprocessor ?

@inproceedings{Ric2016CouldAN,
  title={Could a neuroscientist understand a microprocessor ?},
  author={Ric and onas},
  year={2016}
}
There is a popular belief in neuroscience that we are primarily data limited, that producing large, multimodal, and complex datasets will, enabled by data analysis algorithms, lead to fundamental insights into the way the brain processes information. Microprocessors are among those artificial information processing systems that are both complex and that we understand at all levels, from the overall logical flow, via logical gates, to the dynamics of transistors. Here we take a simulated… CONTINUE READING

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