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The Future of the Brain
With enormous investments in neuroscience looming on the horizon, including proposals to map the activity of every neuron in the brain, it is worth asking what questions such an investment might be expected to contribute to answering. What is the likelihood that high-resolution mapping will resolve fundamental questions about how the mind works? I will argue that high-resolution maps are far from sufficient, and that the utility of new technologies in neuroscience depends on developing them indoi:10.2307/j.ctt9qh0x7.19 fatcat:u2hyyc626jdbfpt33e4aamvnh4