How does the brain work? To find out, neuroscientists study the nervous system, including its development, anatomy, physiology, circuitry, molecular and cellular mechanisms, and functions – such as memory, sleep, behavior and cognition. But will the brain ever understand itself completely?
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Artificial intelligence and brain-computer interfaces must respect and preserve people’s privacy, identity, agency and equality, say Rafael Yuste, Sara Goering and colleagues.
Even the simplest networks of neurons defy understanding. So how do neuroscientists hope to untangle brains with billions of cells?
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Amid probe of many brain disorders, ENIGMA finds common structural changes in diverse kinds of epilepsy