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post #11 of 21
They spelled Windows Vista wrong.
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post #12 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by Iceman23 View Post
You're looking at that completely backwards. The skeptic is the one who says a computer cannot provide useful information on how the brain functions. The one pushing scientific discovery is the one who believes such models are useful.
Nope, just speaking on skepticism in general.
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Originally Posted by Satsukeshi View Post
Nope, just speaking on skepticism in general.
Yes, the way you applied it was backwards. You quoted a person clearly in support of using said techniques to further scientific discovery as an example of skepticism.
post #14 of 21
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Originally Posted by Iceman23 View Post
Yes, the way you applied it was backwards. You quoted a person clearly in support of using said techniques to further scientific discovery as an example of skepticism.
Look further into it. I was speaking upon that person's opinion of the OP's skepticism.

Nested quotes ftw...
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Originally Posted by {Unregistered} View Post
Well, in the end, it doesn't even matter...
In before Linkin Park?

On the real side, this seems interesting. Gotta love their intentions
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post #16 of 21
User: Left clicks to fire M16
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User: *dies because sniper shot to the head*
User: /ragequit
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Edited by Liability - 5/16/11 at 2:06pm
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post #18 of 21
Schizophrenia is still one of the LEAST understood mental disorders (believe it or not) and I'd welcome any advancement in it.
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post #19 of 21
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Liability View Post
I like how random people on the internet think they're smarter than Yale scientists.

Clearly they're just wasting their time with this.
Quote:
Originally Posted by _02 View Post
But we can also program something to mimic things with GREAT accuracy. Take a flight simulator for example. If the model here is created using an understood process, it can bring to light things that would otherwise be non observable in a clinical psychological setting.

I don't think they are trying to mimic an entire brain, but rather small portions of its functioning. If this is based on a physical/chemical model that we understand, then it could have implications that can be applied back to the real brain. No simulation or model is a complete likeness.
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Originally Posted by slipstream808 View Post
Schizophrenia is still one of the LEAST understood mental disorders (believe it or not) and I'd welcome any advancement in it.
I totally understand that mentallity, I was speaking as a programming type person not a mental health disorder specialist. I am NOT one to speak on this subject from knowledge, I would definitely be interested to learn more, but my comments were reserved from an il-informed opinion, just a hunch.

My Grandmother was Schizo, not a huge deal, we weren't close, but I saw how she acted, and Human beings are very baffled by the behavior, we study it with CAT/MRI scans all the time, and its still a mystery. Since we have a very limited understanding, I figured data modeling would be a bit pre-mature. Their methods might be spot on, but the concept I felt was ahead of itself, but I could be wrong, its been known to happen.

I still wanted to share it, I hope they do succeed I was just voicing my opinion with the subject, but I am a nobody as it was pointed out. I was also born with a brain, and I am sure God intended for me to use it and ask Why? a lot!

With that in mind, I am glad some of you found this article interesting
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Doesn't this always happen.
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