September 18, 2023

How Vision Works

Timothy Birdnow

How many Aussie academics does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

Biological Masterpiece – Evolution Wired Human Brains To Act Like Supercompute

"combines prior knowledge with new evidence to make intelligent guesswork." Gee; it took THREE universities to figure that out! Anybody off the street could have told them that.

In point of fact we developed computer technology to do this precisely because we instinctively understood that 's how our brains work. There was a mechanism we were trying to replicate. That we hit on the logical solution should not surprise us; it's what works in this universe.

I don't mean to be overly critical here. I know they want to actually find a way to work out the math for all this. I am pointing out that common sense - that oft-neglected and despised concept - in the end proves the rule.

BTW How can such a system evolve via random mutations? The brain architecture has to be in place for it to work in the first place.

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