Thank you for a quick answer. As I understand the spatial pooler is the algorithm that works on already existing SDRs. I was curious how does the brain decide which neuron should be responsible for a feature. In his book, Jeff talks about each neuron in V1 being responsible for a small feature, like a tilted line or something, and the higher region IT recognizes objects.
So if we take a baby brain and start showing him pictures, does the brain align its neuron structure to be able to encode the pictures or its sort of a preexisting design that this neuron will be doing tilted lines, this one will be doing circles and so forth.