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    A best-selling author, neuroscientist, and computer engineer unveils a theory of intelligence that will revolutionize our understanding of the brain and the future of AI. 

    For all of neuroscience's advances, we've made little progress on its biggest question: How do simple cells in the brain create intelligence? Jeff Hawkins and his team discovered that the brain uses map-like structures to build a model of the world - not just one model, but hundreds of thousands of models of everything we know. This discovery allows Hawkins to answer important questions about how we perceive the world, why we have a sense of self, and the origin of high-level thought. A Thousand Brains heralds a revolution in the understanding of intelligence. It is a big-think book, in every sense of the word.

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    Good read that looses focus at the end

    Jeff Hawkins and his team have a promising lead on cortical theory, which he describes rather comprehensively. He does this specifically in the first part of the book. If you have seen one of his several talks on the internet however, there is little new things to be found here. In the later parts he gets a bit distracted and makes like to AI research and the future of mankind. While I agree that these topics are connected and Hawkins has many good points, it feels a bit too much like a summary of Cosmos (The TV show). Also, explaining half the book how humans see everything as relative an absolute truths are hard to come by with our brains and bodies, only to later claim and advocate for an "objective" view on many matters feels a bit awkward. Anyways, I can recommend giving this a shot even when not having a neuroscience background to just get generally inspired.

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