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more signals flow downward to the brain's sensory cortex than in the opposite direction, presumably to help us see what we expect to see—by priming us with an appropriate "simulus." This could help to explain, for example, how we frequently "see" things that do not exist—such as the "square" in the image.
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- (no access) - Marvin Minsky - The Emotion Machine - common sense thinking, artificial intelligence and the future of human mind(2006) 380.pdf, p333
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