Real Neurons are Noisy. Can Neural Implants Figure That Out?

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 14:31 in Biology & Nature

 If human eyes came in a package, it would have to be labeled “Natural product. Some variation may occur.” Because the million-plus retinal ganglion cells that send signals to the human brain for interpretation don’t all perform exactly the same way. They are what an engineer would call ‘noisy’ — there is variance between cells […]

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