Posted by: zyxo | March 1, 2009

Ant swarm in our brains


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Dr James Marshall of the University of Bristol has found similarities between the way our brain and ant swarms compromises between speed and accuracy of decisions.

After all: our brain is just a swarm of neurons. So it is quite logic that nature uses the same mechanism for the same purpose.

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