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Free read ã Connectome ä ➾ [Download] ➻ Connectome By Sebastian Seung ➷ – Helpyouantib.co.uk We know that each of us is uniue but science has struggled to pinpoint where precisely our uniueness resides Is it in our genes The structure of our brains Our genome may determine our eye color and e We know that each of us is uniue but sNobody knows for sure The brain’s wiring has never been clearly seenIn sparklingly clear prose Seung reveals the amazing technological advances that will soon help us map connectomes He also examines the evidence that these maps will someday allow humans to upload their minds into computers achieving a kind of immortality Connectome is a mind bending adventure story told with great passion and authority It presents a daring scientific and technological vision for at last understanding what makes us who we are Welcome to the future of neuroscienc. Sebastian Sung

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Ectome as it’s called is where our genetic inheritance intersects with our life experience It’s where nature meets nurtureSeung introduces us to the dedicated researchers who are mapping the brain’s connections neuron by neuron synapse by synapse It is a monumental undertaking the scientific euivalent of climbing Mount Everest but if they succeed it could reveal the basis of personality intelligence memory and perhaps even mental disorders Many scientists speculate that people with anorexia autism and schizophrenia are wired differently but. Who are we Wha

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ConnectomeWe know that each of us is uniue but science has struggled to pinpoint where precisely our uniueness resides Is it in our genes The structure of our brains Our genome may determine our eye color and even aspects of our personality But our friendships failures and passions also shape who we are The uestion is howSebastian Seung a dynamic professor at MIT is on a uest to discover the biological basis of identity He believes it lies in the pattern of connections between the brain’s neurons which change slowly over time as we learn and grow The conn. This book was u