Daniel Wolpert:
Daniel Wolpert: A razão para os cérebros existirem

TEDGlobal 2011 · 19:59 · Filmed Jul 2011
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O neurocientista Daniel Wolpert começa com uma premissa surpreendente: o cérebro evoluiu, não para pensar ou sentir, mas para controlar movimentos. Em sua palestra rica em dados e entretenimento, ele nos oferece um vislumbre de como o cérebro cria a graça e agilidade do movimento humano.

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A neuroscientist and engineer, Daniel Wolpert studies how the brain controls the body. Full bio
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