Revealing the Mystery of Brain
In the 1960s, Dr. Stephen William Kuffler’s lab was studying the fundamentals of brain’s visual perception process.
The research said that when each retinal element stimulates
different cerebral cortex, the brain analyzes the signals, and creates a specific visual image.
Like the illustration above, the brain forms an image by combining different elements.
With this research about brain’s visual processing, Hubel and Wiesel received the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1981.
This study influenced Kunihiko Fukushima and his presentation of neocognitron
The neocognitron showed the ability of extracting, recombine, and recognize diverse features
from human handwritings, and shook the world.
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