Blind people do math in the ‘visual’ cortex

Jill Rosen-Johns Hopkins, Futurity, Sept 23, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes

What I like about this item is that it speaks against the idea that there is a special area for discrete functions in the brain. “If we can make the visual cortex do math, in principle, we can make any part of the brain do anything.” Here's the original paper (6 page PDF)

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