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Illustrations of the Human Brain, the command center for the human nervous system and one of the largest and most complex organs in the human body. It is made up of more than 100 billion nerves that communicate in trillions of connections called synapses

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MRI scan of normal brain, illustration Featured The Human Brain Print

MRI scan of normal brain, illustration

Computer enhanced false-colour Magnetic Resonance Image (MRI) of a mid-sagittal section through the head of a normal 46 year-old woman, showing structures of the brain, spine & facial tissues. Profiled features of the main part of the brain include the convoluted surface of the cerebral cortex, the corpus callosum, pons & medulla, structures of the brainstem, which are continuous with the spinal cord. The cerebellum, the centre of balance & coordination, lies to the right of the brainstem

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Normal coronal section of the skull and brain showing the coronal sinuses Featured The Human Brain Print

Normal coronal section of the skull and brain showing the coronal sinuses

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Artificial intelligence, conceptual illustration Featured The Human Brain Print

Artificial intelligence, conceptual illustration

Artificial intelligence. Conceptual illustration of a human brain overlaid with binary digits, representing artificial intelligence, the simulation of human intelligence by a machine. Binary numbers, which contain only 1 and 0, form the language of computers. Artificial intelligence is usually taken to mean a computer or machine that can think and learn independently of its original program

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