Your Brain Is On the Brink of Chaos

On the potentially chaotic nature of our brain:

Functional connections can flicker in and out of existence in milliseconds. Individual neurons appear to change their tuning properties over time and thus may not be “byte-addressable”—that is, stably represent some piece of information—but instead operate within a dynamic dictionary that constantly shifts to make room for new meaning.


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