To create one of those 3-D holographic images, you record how countless beams of light bounce off an object and then you store these little bits of information across a vast database. While still in high school, back in 1960s Britain, Hinton was fascinated by the idea that the brain stores memories in much the same way. Rather than keeping them in a single location, it spreads them across its enormous network of neurons.
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3D printing has been creeping into the mainstream for a while, with dozens of firms now selling desktop printers and MakerBot promising a printer for every school in America. But the reality just hasn’t yet lived up the hype. Sure, we’re already making some pretty cool stuff with additive manufacturing, but it’s not yet accessible to most home users. (via Photoshop Is Bringing 3D Printing to the Masses | Motherboard)
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