Researchers have identified cortical circuits that encode light and dark light.
A new study provides insights into how our brain extracts information about our natural surroundings from the light captured by our eyes.
Researchers report they have identified neurons in the visual cortex that selectively respond to an intermediate color, not just primary colors.
According to researchers, the brain uses similar calculations to measure the speed and direction of objects in motion whether they are visually perceived or touched.
Researchers report their new artificial neural network can identify objects as well as the primate brain can.
A new paper hypothesizes that a particular type of interneuron may influence responses in a context dependent manner.