One of the multidimensional maps showing the more than 1,700 visual categories and their relationships to one another.
Berkeley scientists have created the first map of how the brain organizes what we see (Image: Shutterstock)
How does our brain organize the visual information that our eyes capture? Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, used computational models of brain imaging data to answer this question and arrived at what they call “continuous semantic space” – a notion which serves as the basis for the first interactive maps showing how the brain categorizes what we see.
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