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How the brain makes decisions

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Decision-making comes in two major into two types: Markovian and non-Markovian, named after the mathematician Andrey Markov (1856-1922). Simply put, in Markovian decision-making, the next decision step depends entirely on the current state of affairs. For example, when playing backgammon, the next move depends only on the current layout of the board, and not on how it got to be like that. This relatively straightforward process has been extensively modeled in computers and machines.


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Manne wrote:

Decision-making comes in two major into two types: Markovian and non-Markovian, named after the mathematician Andrey Markov (1856-1922). Simply put, in Markovian decision-making, the next decision step depends entirely on the current state of affairs. For example, when playing backgammon, the next move depends only on the current layout of the board, and not on how it got to be like that. This relatively straightforward process has been extensively modeled in computers and machines.


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The brain IS very complicated.
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David_1 wrote:

The brain IS very complicated.

The brain IS very complicated.


I think my brain is too small for playing backgammon 😁
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Manne wrote:

The brain IS very complicated.


I think my brain is too small for playing backgammon 😁

I think my brain is too small for playing backgammon 😁


Well that's funny 😁
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kennex wrote:

I think my brain is too small for playing backgammon 😁


Well that's funny 😁

The brain is so complicated I don't know what I should do about it. 😁
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Manne wrote:

The brain is so complicated I don't know what I should do about it. 😁

It is no exaggeration to say that the human brain is an impressive organ. Our brain is the most complex machine that ever existed. But If the human brain is so great, what accounts for all of the dumb things we do?
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mike1 wrote:

It is no exaggeration to say that the human brain is an impressive organ. Our brain is the most complex machine that ever existed. But If the human brain is so great, what accounts for all of the dumb things we do?

It is no exaggeration to say that the human brain is an impressive organ. Our brain is the most complex machine that ever existed. But If the human brain is so great, what accounts for all of the dumb things we do?


Its call alkohol that's the problem sometimes :1orglaugh
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