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The continued quest to map the brain, TED Oscar connections and a frog joke from Wil Wheaton

The TED community has been busy in the past week. Below, a few TEDsters with news to share. Mapping by the millions. Frustrated by the inability to test his theories given the current technology, Sebastian Seung embarked on what many of his colleagues considered career suicide: he built a game to map all the neural [ … ]
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