Here is how your brain selects and controls vision

NEW YORK: A team of US researchers has come up with a rough map of part of the brain that controls vision and leaves things out even when they are plainly in sight.The frontal cortex is often seen as our “thinking cap,” associated with thinking and making decisions. But it’s not commonly connected with vision. Artificial Intelligence is hot, but not in India: Study At a time when the global technology giants are set to leverage the benefits of AI for your daily lives, India seems to be reluctant to get on to this bus. “Some people believe that the frontal cortex is not involved. The new research adds to previous evidence that it is,” said Dobromir Rahnev, psychologist at Georgia Institute of Technology .”The ‘thinking cap’ of the brain…


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