Jeff Hawkins reviews the new paper “Neuronal vector coding in spatial cognition” by Andrej Bicanski and Neil Burgess. The paper reviews the many types of cells involved in spatial navigation and memory. Jeff then ties the paper to The Thousand Brains Theory of Intelligence, using it as a launch point for a discussion on how the neocortex makes transformations of reference frames.
Neuronal vector coding in spatial cognition, Andrej Bicanski and Neil Burgess
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