Scientists Are Trying To Build A Model Of The Human Brain. Here’s Why That Might Not Be Very Smart

“Models and imaging provide the veneer of precision; they appear to be objective, quantifiable measures of the brain. Pictures of brain activity: You can’t get more scientific than that! We just look at where the brain lights up, and that tells us … what, exactly? And that’s the problem.”

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