How Swarms Build Cognitive Maps


Swarms of social insects construct trails and networks of regular tra c via a process of pheromone laying and following These patterns constitute what is known in brain science as a cognitive map The main di erence lies in the fact that the insects write their spatial memories in the environment while the mammalian cognitive map lies inside the brain This… (More)


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